|NGC4052||12:02.0||-63 14||Open Cluster||8.8||10'||3.9KLY||April 10 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||13.8mmSWA/9mmNagler||On a previous occasion could not pick this with 250mm aperture from a suburban location. Under the darker sky using
the larger telescope could see it 130x and at 200x it nearly filled the field.
|NGC4103||12:06.7||-61 15||Open Cluster||7.4p||7.0'||3.9KLY||June 24 2000||Barren Grounds
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||9.7mmSP||Indistinct cluster, liitle more condensed than the surrounding field. A curved arrow shape among the cluster.
|NGC4337||12:23.9||-58 08||Open Cluster||8.9||3.5'||June 24 2000||Barren Grounds
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl+2xBarlow||A semi-circle of stars abot 10' across surrounds a central star. There is a distinct equal-
brightness double star to the E. At the top of the arc lies an unresolved condensed region of faint stars.
|NGC4337||12:23.9||-58 08||Open Cluster||8.9||3.5'||May 11 2002||Kangaloon
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||9.7mmSP||Adjacent to an obvious and pretty binary. A loose, weak cluster. Rather like an ampitheatre, with one
star surrounded by an arc of stars.
|NGC4349||12:24.5||-61 54||Open Cluster||7.4||16.0'||5.5KLY||April 29 2000||Cataract
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||9.7mmSP||Approx 1/2 to 3/4 degree in diameter. Not especially different to background.
|NGC4349||12:24.5||-61 54||Open Cluster||7.4||16.0'||5.5KLY||May 11 2002||Kangaloon
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl||Relatively rich and large. Round, with dark lanes. [Also observed Jan 15 1999]
|NGC4349||12:24.5||-61 54||Open Cluster||7.4||16.0'||5.5KLY||June 14 2018||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||26mmDX||Large and rich. Approximately 100 stars. Bright field star lies west. [Also observed Jan 15 1999]
|NGC4439||12:28.4||-60 06||Open Cluster||8.4||4.0'||5.2KLY||May 11 2002||Kangaloon
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl||Very similar but smaller than NGC4337.
|NGC4609||12:42.3||-62 58||Open Cluster||6.9||5.0'||4.9KLY||May 11 2002||Kangaloon
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl||Looks like a 'little Orion'. Oblong-shaped.
|Ruprecht 97||11:57.4||-62 42||Open Cluster||9.1||5.0'||4.4KLY||April 10 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.56 Dobsonian||13.8mmSWA||Had previuosly failed to see this with a 250mm telescope from Farmborough Heights. On this occasion
in a darker location with the larger instrument possibly observed it as a concentrated region in a very rich field of view.
|Ruprecht 98||11:58.8||-64 34||Open Cluster||7.0||15.0'||1.6KLY||April 10 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.56 Dobsonian||13.8mmSWA||Like Ruprecht 97, had failed to see this previously using 250mm aperture in a suburban sky. On this occasion,
once again like Ruprecht 97 I was looking at a very rich field. There appaeared to be a sizable concentration that was likely the cluster.