|IC2056||04:16.5||-60 13||Galaxy||12.0p||1.9' x 1.7'||38MLY||January 11 2007||Belanglo
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||20mmSWA||Bright and round. Higher power showed no detail.
|NGC1313||03:18.3||-66 30||Galaxy||8.9||8.5' x 6.6'||10MLY||December 11 1999||Cataract
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||9.7mmSP||Football-shaped, with a field star at either 'point'. [Couldn't see NGC1313A] [Also on January 18 2007 from
Lostock: Large, bright and oval. Sits between 2 field stars lying N & S. Obviously brighter toward centre].
|NGC1543||04:12.8||-57 44||Galaxy||10.6||3.9' x 2.1'||51MLY||Feb 05 2005||Cordeaux
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||13.8mmSWA + 2X Barlow||Probably face-on spiral. Bright centre and faint, round halo.
|NGC1559||04:17.6||-62 47||Galaxy||10.5||3.3' x 2.1'||45MLY||January 20 1998||Farmborough Heights
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||26mmPlossl||Quite large and bright. Oriented N-S. Prominent star in the same line of sight.
|NGC1574||04:22.0||-56 58||Galaxy||10.5||2.0' x 1.9'||29MLY||Feb 05 2005||Cordeaux
||250mm f5.6 Dobsonian||9.7mm Super Plossl||Hard to find at low power and needed high magnification to see it. Round with a bright centre.
Field star right next to it. [There is an equal brightness pair binary between alpha- and epsilon Doradus. This is the 'hopping' star to 1574].