Earth, Sky & Sea Constellations

Cancer

The Crab

Deep Sky Objects

Name/DesignationRight AscensionDeclinationTypeMagnitudeSizeDistanceDate LocationInstrumentEyepieceFilterNotes
NGC254508:14.2+21 21Galaxy12.42.2'x1.3'135MLYMarch 29 2008Belanglo 250mm f5.6 Dobsonian9mmNaglerA faint patch that beacomes extended with a brighter inner area with prolonged obsevation.
NGC256208:20.9+21 06Galaxy12.91.4'March 29 2008Belanglo 250mm f5.6 Dobsonian9mmNaglerDefinite large fuzzy patch in the position this and NGC2563.
NGC256308:21.1+21 02Galaxy12.32.3'March 29 2008Belanglo 250mm f5.6 Dobsonian9mmNaglerSee NGC2562.
NGC2632; M44; Beehive; Praesepe08:40.1+19 59Open Cluster3.195'600LYFebruary 17 1996Farmborough Heights 60mm f15 refractor23mmHSeveral distinct small isoceles triangles in a field containing abou 30 stars.
NGC267208:49.3+19 04Galaxy11.62.6'x2.4'179MLYMarch 24 2012Belanglo 250mm f5.6 Dobsonian20mmWA/9mmNaglerSeen easily at low power and a great sight with the high power.
NGC2682; M6708:50.4+11 49Open Cluster6.930'2.7KLYApril 5 1997Mt Keira 250mm f5.6 Dobsonian26mmPlosslLoose cluster.
NGC277509:10.3+07 02Galaxy10.34.5'x3.5'42MLYMarch 4 2006Belanglo 250mm f5.6 Dobsonian32mmSWA/13.8mmSWA/6mmSWAVery bright, large and round. Appears to be face-on spiral.
Earth, Sky & Sea Constellations