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Re: (IAAC) Obj: NGC 6751 - Inst: 12.5" F5 Dob



Sorry been out of town for a few days.
>Have you tried for the other bright planetaries in Aquila, NGC 6781 or
tiny 6803?
Actually I have an observation of 6781 and 6803 to enter. I picked a couple
of objects to enter that did not have any observations entered for them
yet. Intestingly I have also been going after some of the fainter
planetaries. Has anyone on the list used a O-III filter to verify some of
the smaller planetaries ? Also I had the opportunity to use a special prism
to find a very small planetary last week. It appeared to be three small
prisms glues together like this ( ^ V ^). Does anyone have any details on a
prism like this ?
Scott
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> From: Lew Gramer <dedalus@latrade.com>
> To: Internet Amateur Astronomers Catalog - Discussion
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> Subject: Re: (IAAC) Obj: NGC 6751 - Inst: 12.5" F5 Dob 
> Date: Wednesday, August 19, 1998 1:42 PM
> 
> 
> Another cool couple of logs, Scott! NGC 404 is a neat one - I love close 
> "juxtapositions" like that, or the two little galaxies (one NGC and one
faintie 
> IC) near M13, or the little blurry open cluster and spiral galaxy (n6939
and 
> 46) right next to each other in Cepheus. :)
> 
> BTW, Scott, you noted n6751 as being faint and difficult. Have you tried
for 
> the other bright planetaries in Aquila, NGC 6781 or tiny 6803? I'm
curious, as 
> I've been spending time with these and the ZILLION fainter PNs in Aquila
and 
> Scutum this Summer, and would love to compare notes.
> 
> Take care, and keep the excellent logs coming!
> Lew, finally emerging to deep-sky from a Perseid "buzz" :>
> 
>