Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies
(APG, Arp Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, Arp Catalog of Peculiar Galaxies)
(1960s catalog-book with photos)
The Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies (or Arp Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies
or Arp Catalog of Peculiar Galaxies)
is an astronomical catalog published in book form in 1966,
incorporating a photograph of each taken using the Hale Telescope.
It roughly covered the galaxies listed in the current Catalogue of Interacting Galaxies.
Included are galaxy mergers,
polar-ring galaxies, and other unusual galaxies.
|Prefix||Example|| || |
|APG||APG 148|| || |
|Arp||Arp 220|| || |
Referenced by page:
Arp-Madore Catalog of Southern Peculiar Galaxies (AM)