Herschel II INDEX -
NGC1325, NGC1319, NGC1332, NGC1332 and NGC1331
Date of observation: January 2, 2002
Time at end of first CCD image 9:48 PST
Time at end of last CCD image 9:49 PST
Observing location: home observatory
Fastar CCD Imaging session
For Sun set, astronomical twilight end, Moon rise or set, astronomical twilight begin and Sun rise refer to dark sky.
Only three 30 second images were taken before clouds ended the night's imaging session.
Images were taken low over Portland, Oregon sky glow.
The sky glow and noise were over half the dynamic range of the ST-237 CCD camera.
NGC1325 is a 11.6 magnitude spiral galaxy.
Location in image: right center
Location RA: RA: 03h 24m 24.0s Dec: -21°33'00" (Epoch 2000)
NGC1319 is a 13.9 magnitude lenticular galaxy.
Location in image: right center edge (bright fuzzy star)
Location RA: RA: 03h 23m 56.2s Dec: -21°31'37" (Epoch 2000)
HolmbergVI (NGC1325A) is a 13.3 magnitude spiral galaxy.
Location in image: top right edge
Location RA: RA: 03h 24m 48.4s Dec: -21°20'16" (Epoch 2000)
NGC1332 is a 11.4 magnitude lenticular galaxy.
Location in image: top left corner (large)
Location RA: RA: 03h 26m 17.3s Dec: -21°20'09" (Epoch 2000)
ESO548-16 (PGC12827) is a 15.5 magnitude spiral galaxy.
Location in image: right of NGC1332 (faint dash)
Location RA: RA: 03h 26m 02.3s Dec: -21°20'33" (Epoch 2000)
NGC1331 is a 14.3 magnitude ellipitical galaxy.
Location in image: left of NGC1332 (bright fuzzy star)
Location RA: RA: 03h 26m 28.3s Dec: -21°21'22" (Epoch 2000)
Image size is 41 arc minutes wide by 31 arc minutes high with an image resolution of 3.8 arc sec per pixel.
Image orientation: north is the top, west is the right, east is the left and south is the bottom.
Additional Information on NGC Objects
SEDS Interactive NGC Catalog Online
Celestron C-8 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope with Fastar lens accessory and SBIG ST-237 CCD Camera
(8" optical tube, focal length 406mm at f/1.95)
Use Test patterns to calibrate monitor brightness, contrast, height and width
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