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RA: 23h 33m 10.51s
Dec: −01° 17′ 30.7″
Ch: MSA:1280, U2:259, SA:17
Mag: B=14.7, V=?
Size: 0.891′ x 0.575′
Publ.Lick.Obs. Volume 2. "Observations of Nebulae with the 36-inch Refractor of the Lick Observatory", p 168.
This was discovered by Hall in 1881 while observing Faye's Comet. ... This was examined on two nights with the large telescope. It is a S, F< neb. a lbM, but there is nothing stellar in its appearance. There is a small star near it, with which it was compared.
(Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a 14.5 mag galaxy. Their coded description reads E,R,BM,DIFCOM SF).
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