|IC2631||11:09.8||-76 37||Reflection Nebula||8'x7'||500LY||April 10 2021||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||8-24mm Baader zoom||UHC/OIII||Really difficult, and not sure that I actually saw it. Very small area of possible
nebulosity that even the filters couldn't convince me of.
|NGC2915||09:26.2||-76 38||Galaxy||12.7||1.9'x1.0'||12.3MLY||May 7 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||26mmDX||Very faint. Could just see it.
|NGC3149||10:38.8||-80 25||Galaxy||12.6||2.0'x1.9'||93MLY||April 10 2021||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||8-24mm Baader zoom||Can see the galaxy which becomes quite prominent with extended viewing and reveals a round shape
with increasing magnification.
|NGC3195; PK296-20.15||10:09.5||-80 52||Planetary Nebula||11.6||38"||6.5KLY||May 7 2019||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||9mmNagler||UHC||Solid, slightly oval disc visible both with and without the UHC filter. [Same location and instrument
with Baader 8-24mm zoom eyepiece, April 10 2021: A non-stellar diffuse blob at low power and takes magnification well so quite large at 8mm. Stands out even more with
nebula filters. Round and solid.]
|NGC3620||11:16.1||-76 13||Galaxy||13.3||2.8'x1.1'||53.5MLY||April 10 2021||Culburra
||400mm f4.5 Dobsonian||8-24mm Baader zoom||In afield with several bright stars, caught glimpses of a small, thin, non-stellar object.