(IAAC) Obj: G76 - Inst: 400mm, f/4.5, Dobson

Observer: Grzegorz Koralewski
Your skills: Intermediate (some years)
Date/time of observation: 22-23.10.2000 19:00-22:00 UT
Location of site: Szczecin, POLAND (Lat 53, Elev 100m)
Site classification: Suburban
Sky darkness: 5.5 <Limiting magnitude>
Seeing: 5 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
Instrument: 400mm, f/4.5, Dobson
Magnification: x200, x150
Object(s): G76
Category: Extragalactic glob.
Constellation: And
Data: mag 14.3  size stellar?
Position: RA :  DEC :
G76 - considerably easily detectable. Stellar? Possibly an extremely faint halo around.
Also observed:
C202/C203 = extragal. op. clusters - very faint, slightly elongated glow.
G78 = extragal. globular 14.3m -  very faint, slightly soft stellar. Visible with averted vision. A very faint star nearby.
G251 = extragal. globular 17.7m? - fairly easy with averted vision. Easily located. Stellar.
G213 = extragal. globular 14.7m - briefly visible with averted vision as a very faint star ~14.3m
G280 = extragal. globular 14.2m - fainly visible with av. vis. A faint star mag 14.5 nearby.
C410 = extragal. op. cluster/HII region  - extremely faint. Visible in moments of best seeing. Uncertain. Faint, soft star in apparance.
C306 = extragal. op. cluster - suprisingly bright and clear. A bit bigger than ordinary stars. Constantly visible. One of the easiest in M31.
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