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(IAAC) Obj: NGC1400, NGC1407, NGC1393 - Inst: 30cm, f:10 SCT,LX200



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Observation Poster: James L. Anderson & Eric Honeycutt <madmoon@bellsouth.net>
Observer: James L. Anderson & Eric Honeycutt
Your skills: Intermediate (some years)
Date/time of observation: 04032003/0044ut
Location of site: Clark Creek, NC (Lat 35:36, Elev 0')
Site classification: Rural
Sky darkness: 9/10 <1-10 Scale (10 best)>
Seeing: 7/10 <10-1 Seeing Scale (1 best)>
Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
Instrument: 30cm, f:10 SCT,LX200
Magnification: 254X
Filter(s): None
Object(s): NGC1400, NGC1407, NGC1393
Category: Group of galaxies.
Class: See Description:
Constellation: XX
Data: mag XX  size XX
Position: RA XX:  DEC XX:
Description:
(Seeing is reduced to about 5/10 with these objects being about 20* above the western horizon.)
254X- NGC1400 appears as a small round diffuse halo with a bright core about
1/3 the size of the halo. Looks like an unresolved Globular Cluster.
(Galaxy; SAO; 10.9p; RA:03:39.5; DEC:(-)18:41.3)
254X- NGC1407 appears as a little larger version of NGC1400, but with slightly less surface brightness?
(Galaxy; E0; 10.70p; RA:03:34.2; DEC:(-)18:34.8)
254X- NGC1393as a dim featurless oval with direct vision. Averted vision does not help.
(Galaxy; SA; 12.0v; RA: 03:38.6; DEC:(-)18:25.6)
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