(IAAC) Obj: Barnard 103 Inst: 11x80 binoculars

Observer: Auke Slotegraaf (auke@global.co.za)
Your skills: Intermediate
Date and UT of Observation: 1997 July 08, 21:00 UT
Location: Stellenbosch, South Africa (34S)
Site classification: rural
Limiting magnitude: 6.1 (zenith)
Seeing: 7 of 10 - good
Moon up: no
Instrument: 80mm binoculars, tripod-mounted
Magnification: 11x
Filters used: None
Object: Barnard 103
An obvious but ill-defined, roughly teardrop-shaped dark nebula, in a hazy
 field. This muddy patch, especially distinct on the eastern side, is seen
against  the starry milky way sky. Has a long tendril snaking down to Beta