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RA: 03h 35m 16.83s
Dec: −35° 15′ 56.4″
Ch: MSA:401, U2:355, SA:18
Type: galaxy (in cluster), S0
Mag: B=13.35, V=?
Size: 2.137′ x 0.933′
John Herschel recorded it as "B, S, lE, pmbM; the 3d of 3 of the same RA as the second." These three objects are NGC 1373, NGC 1374 and NGC 1375.
The RNGC (Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a galaxy. Their coded description reads E,EL,BM.
= E358-024 = M-06-08-030
De Vaucouleurs (1956) "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.
pB, pS, E 90deg.
AJ Crayon, using an 8" f/6 Newtonian, notes: "is a spiral galaxy. At 60x it was not seen."
03 35.3 -35 16
13: fairly faint, edge-on streak 3:1 E-W. In a trio with N1374 2.4' N and
N1373 6.8' NW. Member of the Fornax cluster.
15cm - fairly f @ 140x. 0'.8x0'.2 elong E-W w/strong even concen to sub*ar nuc.
makes triangle w/-74 N and m13.5 * E. BS, 17Nov1993, LCO.
25cm - about same size as -74, or a bit smlr. about 1.5-2 mags fntr than -74.
-73 is another mag fntr than -75. vsl elong but nrly circ. smoothly and
mod brtr across center. BS, 25Jan1982, Anderson Mesa.
30cm - fntr than -74, but easily seen. 0'.8x0'.25, elong E-W.
Observing site: Fall Star Party
[3h 35m 12s, -35° 16' 0"] A pair with 1374, but about a magnitude fainter. Portuguese Wikipedia: 12.2mv.
Sky Conditions:The fainter parts of the Milky Way are barely visible.Haziness only visible on the horizon.Atmosphere stable with little interference.
This galaxy has a tiny oblong shape with two minute extensions being just seen at 75x.This galaxy's oval shape is extremely faint and no details are seen around the outskirts of this galaxy.The nucleus of this galaxy is fairly tight which is on the brink of visibility.The nucleus of this galaxy somewhat grows brighter compared to the faint extensions of this galaxy.This galaxy measures 2.1'x 1'with P.A: East/West.Chart No.200,NSOG Vol.1.
The Messier objects
The Bennett objects
The Caldwell list
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