RE: (IAAC) Obj: Dolidze 14 - Inst: 10" f/6 Newt on Bigfoot mount

	Some objects bear the the name of their discoverer.  Although I don't 
remember the specifics, I believe Dolidze and Dzimselejsvili night both have 
been Czechoslovakia.  I'll check next time I'm at Dudley Observatory.
						Clear skies,  Sue
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Subject: 	Re: (IAAC) Obj: Dolidze 14 - Inst: 10" f/6 Newt on Bigfoot mount
Hola Susan:
Susan C. French wrote:
> Object(s): Dolidze 14
> Category: Open cluster
> Class:
> Constellation: Tau
> Position: RA 04:06.6  DEC +27:34
> Description:
> Unusual open cluster with one 5th magnitude star, three 9th mag. stars and 
22 much fainter stars in 10'.  Bright stars are likely foreground, and the 
rest might not be a true cluster, but the combined effect is noteworthy.
Interesting. I have never seen to this object even when Taurus is one of
the constallation I have seen most. The name Dolidze is new for me. Can
you tell something about this catalog?
Celso Montalvo
12o S; 77o W.