|EZ-Canis Majoris||06:9.2||-23 56||Nebulosity around a Wolf-Reyet star||4.9KLY||January 15 2015||Wiruna
||25 inch Obsession||22mm Panoptic||Observed this through a very large telescope belonging to a member of the Astronomical Society of NSW.
Large arc of nebulosity.
|NGC2207||06:16.4||-21 22||Galaxy||10.7||4.3' x 2.9'||107MLY||January 8 2000||Wiruna
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl||Easy to see in a very starry field. Elongated. Quite bright.
|NGC2217||06:21.7||-27 14||Galaxy||10.4||4.8' x 4.4'||54MLY||February 05 2005||Cordeaux
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||13.8mmSWA||Faint haze; possibly oval in shape.
|NGC2223||06:24.6||-22 50||Galaxy||11.4||3.3' x 3.0'||54MLY||September 23 2006||Belanglo
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||32mmSWA||A small, faint glow in a very rich field. Higher power failed to show more.
|NGC2283||06:45.9||-18 14||Galaxy||12.2||2.8x2.0'||January 10 1999||Mt Keira
||16" f4.5 Dobsonian||25mmPl||[Observed through a friend's telescope] We thought we could glimpse it amid a small triangle of stars; a faint
smudge a few arcminutes across.
|NGC2287; M41||06:47.0||-20 44||Open Cluster||4.5||38'||1.6KLY||April 5 1997||Mt Keira
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPl||Large and bright. Fills the field of view.
|NGC2354||07:14.3||-25 44||Open Cluster||6.5||20'||6KLY||January 20 2001||Barren Grounds
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl||Hard to pick out from background stars in a dark sky. Large, loose, unimpressive.
|NGC2362||07:18.8||-24 57||Open Cluster + nebulosity||4.1||8.0'||5KLY||January 20 2001||Barren Grounds
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl/9.7mmSP||Round loose cluster with a bright star at the centre. This star appears to have a faint companion
at higher power. Nebulosity is apparent.