(IAAC) Obj: NGC 3184 (HI-168) - Inst: 6" f/8 newtonian

Observer: Sue French
Your skill: Advanced (many years)
Date and time of observation: 3-13-83, 10:25 pm est
Location: Upstate NY USA (Lat 42N)
Site classification: Rural
Transparency: Good
Seeing: Poor
Moon: None
Instrument: 6" f/8 newtonian
Magnification: 38x
Filters used: None.
Object: NGC 3184 (HI-168)
Category: External galaxy.
Classification: SAB(rs)cd II
Constellation: UMa
Object data: Mag 9.78:10.36; size 7.41x6.92 135DEG
Position: 101817.3+412526
Sue French's Herschel 400 Observing Logs...
Fairly large but quite faint galaxy. Circular, with no
distinct nucleus. Easy to locate about 3/4 degree west
of mu UMa. Very faint star superimposed on N side of
galaxy. Fairly bright field stars WNW and WSW. Close to
WNW star.
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