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RA: 22h 28m 37.03s
Dec: −24° 50′ 25.9″
Ch: MSA:1379, U2:347, SA:23
Type: galaxies (interacting), Sab:
Mag: B=12.82, V=?
Size: 1.949′ x 1.548′
Together with NGC 7284 listed as No. 93 in Arp's "Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies" (Astrophysical Journal Supplement, vol. 14, 1966.) He remarks "long faint plume bifurcates from arm, eastern component in other arm."
NGC 7284/5, Cat.of South.Peculiar Gal.and Ass. Vol 2 (Arp&Madore, 1987) p2.8.
The RNGC (Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a 13.0 mag galaxy. Their coded description reads S,BM,CONT W/7284.
Steve Coe, using a 17.5" f/4.5, notes: "is a pair with NGC 7284, not much, averted vision makes it grow in size."
15cm - dbl gx w/two sharp nuc in common env @ 80x, mod f overall. 140x: SWrn
comp is somewhat brtr, has sm core and *ar nuc. NErn comp has wk haze
only + *ar nuc. outer halo nrly circ, 1'.2 diam w/mod broad concen except
for sharp centers. BS, 15Oct1990, Anderson Mesa.
The Messier objects
The Bennett objects
The Caldwell list
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