NGC 7331

FOV: 55.23' high by 40.98' wide
North is top (22 degrees clockwise), East is left

Objects Information
NGC: New General Catalog

NGC Number Magnitude Object
NGC 7319 14.4 Elongated Galaxy
NGC 7320 13.6 Elongated Galaxy
NGC 7331 10.3 Very Elongated Galaxy
NGC 7335 14.5 Very Elongated Galaxy
NGC 7336 16.9 Elongated Galaxy
NGC 7337 15.2 Round Galaxy
NGC 7340 14.7 Round Galaxy

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Size: arc minutes
Image size: 55.23 arc minutes high by 40.98 arc minutes wide
Image orientation: North is top, East is left

Observing Log
Date September 20, 1998
Time at end of first CCD image 22:41 PDT
Time at end of last CCD image 23:02 PDT
Observing Location: At home on the drive way
Observation of object:
Sky Conditions
Sky transparency: 5.2 (Magnitude of the faintest star visible with the unaided eye in Ursa Minor)
Moon sets at 19:28 PDT on September 20, 1998
Astronomical twilight ends in the evening at 20:51 PDT on September 20, 1998
Astronomical twilight starts in morning at 5:11 PDT on September 21, 1998
Observing Equipment
80 mm aperture refractor telescope and CCD Cookbook Camera
CCD image time: 6 - 240 seconds images added together
CCD dark calibration frames: 24 - 240 seconds dark frames

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