(IAAC) Obj: And VI, And VII (Galaxies) - Inst: 32" f/4.5 reflector
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Lew Gramer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Observer: Jay LeBlanc
Your skills: Advanced (many years)
Date/time of observation: 1999-12-04
Location of site: Sonoita AZ USA (Lat 35N, Elev 5000')
Site classification: rural
Transparency (1 to 10, 10 best): 5?
Seeing (1 to 10 - 10 best): 3?
Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
Instrument: 32" f/4.5 reflector
Magnification: 183x, 281x
Object(s): Andromeda VI, Andromeda VII (Galaxies)
Category: External galaxy.
Class: d (dwarf)
Data: mag 13.3V, 12.9V Size Unknown
Position: 23:51:46 +24:34:57, 23:26:31 +50:41:31
I managed to hunt down AND VI and AND VII last night, both were seen as no
more than slight field brightenings and each slightly brighter to the
middle using a 32-in in somewhat soft seeing and fair transparency.
20N (183x) Involved with and just S of a group of 8 faint stars about
3' NE of a 10.09 mag star.
Best seen with the field moving and averted vision as a very
slightly brighter part of the field.
Slightly brighter to the middle.
13N (281x) A fairly large and very slightly brighter to the middle glow
just E of, and involved with a N-S rectangle of faint stars
with the brightest star 11.44 at the NE corner.
4.3' SW of the W member of an E-W 9.72-9.99 field double.
The rectangle's W side points to a little knot of stars which
looks non-stellar to the N inside a NE pointing isosceles
triangle. This knot makes a small round spot!
20N (183x) Broadly brighter spot just E of the rectangle of faint stars.
The discovery image for AND VI is shown at:
where there is a link to a paper:
Armandroff, Jacoby, and Davies -- "A Survey for Low-Surface-Brightness
Dwarf Galaxies Around M31. II The Newly Discovered Dwarf Andromeda VI"
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