|IC2966||11:50.2||-64 52||Reflection Nebula||3'x2'||April 10 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||13.8mm SWA||UHC||Resembles car headlights in a light fog.
|IC2980||11:57.5||-73 41||Galaxy||1.2'x1.0'||April 10 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||9mm Nagler||Thought I could just see a very faint glow. Using Volume 3 of The Night Sky Observer's Guide, (
Cooper et al), what I was seeing fitted the book's description.
|IC4191; PK304-04.1||13:08.8||-67 39||Planetary Nebula||10.6||5"||7.5KLY||April 14 2007||Belanglo
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||13.8mmSWAl||UHC||Stellar but easy to pick as it doesn't dim with the UHC filter
|NGC4372||12:25.8||-72 40||Globular Cluster||7.8||18.6'||16KLY||April 5 1997||Mt Keira
||250mm f5.6dobsonian||6.3mmPlossl||Tenuous and surprisingly hard to see well. A bright field star helps drown it out.
|NGC4833||12:59.6||-70 53||Globular Cluster||7.4||13.5'||18KLY||April 5 1997||Mt Keira
||250mm f5.6dobsonian||6.3mmPlossl||Small and bright.
|NGC5189; PK307-03.1||13:33.5||-65 59||Planetary Nebula||9.9||185" x 130"||2.6KLY||June 27 1998||Mt Keira
||300mm f6 Dobsonian||26mm Plossl||OIII; UHC||Distinct and mis-shapen planetary. Reminiscent of the telescope view of the Crab Nebula. Star at
one edge; not sure if this is the illuminating star. Has a bright 'bar' surrounded by wispy nebulosity. Distinct without the filters: both enhance it slightly.
[Also observed April 17, 1999]
|NGC5189 PK307-03.1||13:33.5||-65 59||Planetary Nebula||9.9||185" x 130"||2.6KLY||January 7 2000||Wiruna
||300mm f6 Dobsonian||26mm Plossl||Very large, bright, obvious and oblong-shaped. Very nice! Bright star toward one end of the oblong.
|NGC5189 PK307-03.1||13:33.5||-65 59||Planetary Nebula||9.9||185" x 130"||2.6KLY||June 14 2018||Culburra
||400mm 4.5 Dobsonian||26mmDX; 13.8mmSWA||UHC; OIII||At low power, stands out prominently in a rich field; more prominent with the UHC. At higher power,
with no filter, oblong-shaped roughly E-W with a star on the W edge. With the UHC the star disappears and the nebula is more prominent. Best view with the OIII, which
shows possibly two-lobes to the nebula.