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(IAAC) Object: NGC 7331, NGC7340, NGC7337, NGC7335, MCG+6-49-44 - Instrument: 12.2" Dobson



Observer: Michael Büchner 
Your skill: advanced
Date and UT of observation: 31.9.1997
Location & latitude: Affalterthal, Germany, elev 550m
Site classification: rural
Limiting magnitude (visual): 6m.3
Seeing (1 to 5 - best to worst): 3
Moon up (phase?): no
Instrument: 310 mm dobson, f/4,8
Magnification: 99x
Filters used: -
Object: NGC 7331, NGC7340, NGC7337, NGC7335, MCG+6-49-44
Category: Gx
Constellation: Peg
Object data: 9m.5, 10.47' x 3.72'
RA/DE: 22 37 05.2 /+34 25 10
Description:
The Gx is bright, elongated 4:1, with a brighter, compact center
and a subtle dust lane. I could locate four companions: NGC7340,
NGC7337, NGC7335, MCG+6-49-44.
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Here the description of the companions:
NGC7340: small, diffuse nebula without any center
NGC7337: small round nebula with stellar center
NGC7335: The brightest companion. A small oval nebula with stellar
center.
MCG+6-49-44: A small faint diffuse nebula. 
You can find a sketch on my homepage:
http://www.webbsociety.org/observers/Buechner/index.html