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RA: 23h 28m 6.34s
Dec: +23° 31′ 51.8″
Ch: MSA:1184, U2:169, SA:9
Type: galaxy (in pair), SB:b
Mag: B=13.9, V=?
Size: 1.862′ x 1.258′
The RNGC (Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a 14.0 mag galaxy. Their coded description reads S,BM,FDIFARMS,SEV* N.
= Mk 326
POSS: circ core, vwk spiral arms. pair NW: primary 53" from center; 11.5,
12; 25"; 105. comp C a bit brtr than B, m~12, 42" from A in pa 320.
C comp has m14.5 comp ~10" SE.
15cm - vf averted vis obj @ 140x. is fourth in crooked chain of string of f *s
trending ESE that is S of the fntr * of the m8,9 pair noted in -73 descr.
sub*ar---no: bigger, but 15" at best. BS, 6Sep1989, Anderson Mesa.
25cm - barely glimpsed round spot 20" diam. sm brtr core.
30cm - vf, SE of pair that is S of pair noted in -73 description. 25" diam w/vsl
concen. *ing assoc vclose to center. closer * of pair has f comp.
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