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RA: 16h 17m 13.39s
Dec: −51° 59′ 10.3″
Ch: MSA:1498, U2:432, SA:22
Type: planetary nebula
Mag: B=?, V=?
Photo index by Jim Lucyk: Deep Sky #15 Su86 p10
15cm - not vis @ 80x w/[OIII], however location difficult to pin down due to lack of nrby atlas *s and extremely rich MW bkgrnd. BS, 27Feb1990, LCO.
RA: 15h52m26s - DEC: -51o35'31" - Magnitude: - Size: 72"
Tel: 16" S/C - 290x - 462x - Date: 25 April 2009 – Polokwane – Vis 5
Even with my highest power and O111 filter it still come up as a round glow. However with my highest power (462x) I suspect a slight expansion towards the southern side of the glow. Around 6 arc minutes to the south of the ant nebula the magnitude 7.8, (HD141545) can be seen.
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