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Type: galaxy, Sb:
Mag: B=13.3, V=?
Size: 1.862′ x 0.912′
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This spiral galaxy was discovered by J. Lunt with the 18-inch refractor of the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, during a search for Brorsen's Comet in 1900.
"Survey of bright galaxies south of -35° declination", Mem. Mount Stromlo, No. 13. (photographic study, plates taken with the 30-inch Reynolds reflector, 20-inch diaphragm); List II, p 68-73. Remarks: not found, = NGC 7213?"
In the notes: "Not found in catalogue position, but there is a pB, S, mE neb ....hence it may be = NGC 7213."
16-inch f/10 SCT (127x, 290x, 462x)
IC 5170 displays a oval (N-S) haze with stars imbedded, just a bit fainter than
The Messier objects
The Bennett objects
The Caldwell list
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