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RA: 22h 15m 39.59s
Dec: +37° 17′ 53.7″
Ch: MSA:1143, U2:122, SA:9
Type: galaxy (in group), E
Mag: B=14.6, V=?
Size: 1.584′ x 0.691′
NGC 7242. See IC 5195.
"Groups of small nebula", Astron.Nach. 4136., vol. 173.
Sketch of this and surrounding objects.
(Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a 14.5 mag galaxy. Their coded description reads R,BM,ALMSTEL,RI*FLD.
POSS: vf halo in pa40, core approx circ. m14 * 40" SSE, just outside edge
of halo as vis here. fld sketch on card.
15cm - ident @ 50x. 140x: 2' circ glow of modlosfcbr on NW side of grp of m13.5-
14.5 *s. one of these on SE edge of gx. wk broad concen. BS, 1Jul1989,
25cm - lg haze elong N-S among many m13 *s. BS, 30Aug1981, Anderson Mesa.
The Messier objects
The Bennett objects
The Caldwell list
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