(IAAC) Obj: Stock 2 - Inst: 13" f/5.6 Newt

[Here is a "Leonid leftover" from the time when I was distracted with things
Meteoric. Sorry it took so long to forward! Steve and others, if you can please
try to post all observing logs to 'netastrocatalog@atmob.org', instead of
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Observer:  Steve Coe
Your skill:  Advanced 
Date and UT of observation: Unknown
Location & latitude: Unknown
Site classification: Rural
Limiting magnitude (visual): Unknown
Seeing (1 to 10 - worst-best):  Unknown
Moon up (phase?): No
Weather: Clear
Instrument: 13" f/5.6 Newt
Magnifications: 66x
Filters used: none
Object: Stock 2
Constellation: Near Cassiopia
Object data: Open cluster
Size(s): 60'
Position: 02:15+59:25
Magnitude: 4.4
(Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 22:21:34 -0700)
(From: Steve Coe and Linda Ross <scoeandlross@sprintmail.com>)
Todd, here is a view of Stock 2 in the 13". It was obviously more
a cluster in the finder! An easy object to spot in any binoculars.
Stock 2:  88 stars counted at 60X.  Very bright, Very large, not
compressed, very rich.  This cluster takes up the entire one degree
field of the 38mm Giant Erfle eyepiece.  There are many beautiful
chains of stars and dark lanes across the face of this group.  In the
11X80 finder there are 18 stars involved with a very grainy Milky Way
background. Clear Skies, Steve Coe
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