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(IAAC) Obj: NGC 3432 (Arp 206, HI-172) - Inst: Celestron 8" f/10



Observer: Eric Greene
Your skill: Advanced (many years)
Date and time of observation: 11 Feb 1994, 01:00 Local
Location: 1994 Winter Star Party, FL USA (Lat 24N, Elev 0m)
Site classification: Rural
Transparency: Excellent
Seeing: Very good
Moon: None
Instrument: Celestron 8" f/10
Magnification: 110x
Filters used: None.
Object: NGC 3432 (Arp 206, HI-172)
Category: External galaxy.
Classification: SB(s)mspP
Constellation: LMi
Object data: Mag 11.25:11.67; size 6.76x1.48 38DEG
Position: 105231.3+363708
Description:
Eric Greene's Herschel 400 Observing Logs...
Some Cumulus Clouds moving through.
NGC Description PB,PL,VME40,**NR SP
RNGC Description LG,B,EON,PEC),KNY, DIF EXTENSIONS NF&SP,DKLNS
Fairly bright galaxy.  Much elongated spindle. Easy at 110x.
3 stars involved, with 2 forming a pair at the SW tip.
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