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NGC 7675

NGC 7675, HCG 96b, LEDA 71518, MCG+01-59-083, h 2244, GC 4969

RA: 23h 28m 5.92s
Dec: +08° 46′ 6.9″

Con: Pegasus
Ch: MSA:1256, U2:214, SA:17

Ref: SIMBAD

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Type: galaxy, E...

Mag: B=15.04, V=?

Size: 0.323′ x 0.234′
PA: 35°

Published comments

Sulentic & Tifft (1973)

The RNGC (Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a 15.0 mag galaxy. Their coded description reads E,R,BM,ALMSTEL.

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Brian Skiff

NGC 7674; NGC 7674A

POSS: line of two *s + gx is 9' long. -74/75 2'.2 apart in pa104. -74: the

m15.5 * 16" NE, -74A is 30" NE. halo elong SE-NW. m14 * 1'.4 NW.

triangle * good. 8' SW is grp of m~15 *s + exf anon gx.

13cm - -74 only vis as f unconcen patch forming N end of arc of three *s (bottom

S end is brtst *, plotted on AE). 60x. 5Sep1983, USNO.

15cm - -74 is much the brtr, vis as pretty f obj @ 80x. hard to see much @ 140x:

circ w/mod broad concen. sm circ core barely noticeable. exf * + neb spot

fleetingly vis at NE edge. -75 is sm vf obj SE; circ, 20" diam. SW is

indef neb area. BS, 29Sep1989, Anderson Mesa.

30cm - pair in pa100, 1'.5 sep. -74: in halo 20" NE is vf * or *ing; 40" NE, nr

edge of halo is exceedingly f * or whatever. halo 1'.5x0'.5 in pa45. wkly

concen circ 15" core and f *ar nuc. m14.5 * 1' NW. -75 is vsm, 15" diam.

unconcen but w/consp sub*ar nuc. m14.5 * to S forms nrly equilat triangle

w/two gxs. 5Sep1983, USNO.

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