|Date:||26.3.1998||Time:||01h UT||Exposure:||B: 24m, V: 15.5m, I: 9.5m|
|Field of View:||19' x 16'||Receiver:||HoLiCam, 20482 CCD||Filter:||B, V, I|
|Instrument:||1m, f=3680mm||Observatory:||Hoher List||Observer:||S. Kohle, T. Credner|
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Astronomical Institutes of the University of Bonn
DDO 125 is a small galaxy of the Canes Venatici group of galaxies in a distance of about 3.7 Mpc. It is located just 37' south of NGC 4449 and may well be a satellite of NGC 4449. It's total mass is estimated to be only 4 x 109 solar masses. NGC 4449 has a total mass of ten times more and our milky way even about 100 times.