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RA: 09h 30m 30s
Dec: −04° 15′ 0″
Ch: MSA:806, U2:233, SA:13
Ref: NED, Corwin (2004)
Mag: B=?, V=?
IC 541. There is a faint star near Swift's place that he might have seen as an "eeF, pS, R" nebula -- but there is no sign of the "10m * s" that he mentions in the description. There must be a large error in Swift's position, but a search of the surrounding area turned up no galaxies that he might have seen with a 10th magnitude star to the south.
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