(IAAC) NGC3190 20" Dobsonian

Your skill:intermediate
Date and UT of observation:Jan1 1998 02.00UT
Location & latitude:near Ayr South West Scotland lat 55 24'56"
Site classification:bright rural
Limiting magnitude (visual):6 (zenith) 
Seeing (1 to 5 - best to worst):3 but weather windy
Moon up (phase?):
Instrument:20" f4.4 Dobsonian
Filters used:None
Object:NGC 3190
Category:spiral galaxy
Object data:mag  11.1  size 4.2'long
RA/DE: RA 10 18' Dec 21.8 
Description:The brightest in a satisfying cluster of galaxies.  It is an
elongated object with a bright central core. Just to N of nucleus is a dark
lane with a lighter patch beside it.
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Bonnyton House, Ayrshire,Scotland, UK. lat 55 24'56" N long 4 26' 00" W
Altitude 150 m.