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  List of NGC objects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
NGC 908 - a starburst/spiral galaxy in the Cetus constellation
NGC 5866 - a lenticular galaxy in the Draco constellation
NGC 6822 - Barnards Galaxy, in the Sagittarius constellation
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/list_of_ngc_objects   (4007 words)

  
 Astron. Astrophys. 359, 907-931 (2000)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
NGC 7492 is a striking case because of its very small extension and its high destruction rate driven by the galaxy as computed by GO97.
NGC 6254), to be similar to the cluster velocity dispersion.
Thanks to the relatively small distance of NGC 5139 and its high release of unbound stars during its current disk shocking, we estimate the mass loss to be between 0.6 and 1% of the cluster total mass, taking into account a possible mass segregation in the cluster halo.
aa.springer.de /papers/0359003/2300907/sc6.htm   (520 words)

  
 (IAAC) Obj: M 10 (NGC 6254) - Inst: 8" f/6 Newton, alt-az mount   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
(IAAC) Obj: M 10 = NGC 6254 - Inst: 8" f/6 Newton, alt-az mount
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www.visualdeepsky.org /logs/msg00849.html   (147 words)

  
 110 Messier Objects Photos. M Object Images Galaxy Pictures
M1, NGC 1952, Crab Neb, APD 01 03 25
M7, NGC 6475, Ptolemy's Cluster, APD 00 04 05
NGC 4486, M87, Jet from Virgo A, APD 00 07 06
www.biochem.szote.u-szeged.hu /astrojan/messiert.htm   (345 words)

  
 Ophiuchus
The magnitude is 7 and it is a rich cluster and good resolution may be achieved in an 8 inch scope and dark skies.
M14 (NGC 6402) (17h 35.0m -03°13') Globular star cluster, rather dim, or 9th magnitude.
M19 (NGC 6273) (16h 59.5m -26°11') is a globular star cluster of magnitude 7.
starryskies.com /The_sky/constallations_html/ophiuchus.html   (536 words)

  
 Constellation Mythology - Perseus the hero   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This object is usually referred to as NGC6633 although many sky charts list NGC objects simply by their 4 digit numbers.
M9 (NGC 6333) is the smallest of this group, unresolved except in large instruments.
M62 (NGC 6266) is six degrees SW of theta Oph (and four degrees south of M19); this is another non-circular globular cluster, a little brighter than M19.
www.fvastro.org /articles/Ophiuchus.htm   (635 words)

  
 Astronomy Object Index listing for C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On the giant, horizontal and asymptotic branches of galactic globular clusters - V. CCD photometry of NGC 1261.
The CCD photometry of the globular cluster Palomar 1.
The metal-rich globular cluster NGC 6356 (Bica, E.+,1994)
tarantella.gsfc.nasa.gov /archive/AstroObjectIndexC.html   (1171 words)

  
 NGC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
NGC 3627 which was in the same FOV at 64x.
The core of NGC 5194 was round, pretty large, pretty bright and condensed with a distinctively brighter nucleus.
NGC 6802 - Collinder 399 - Brocchi's Cluster / The Coathanger OC Vul
delaneys.home.att.net /a/dso.html   (14704 words)

  
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3350 -99 -0.27 -9.99 -0.43 -9.99 Plez 1993ApJ...418..812P NGC 292 SV* HV 2195 01 14 28.1000 -72 39 53.000 12.79 B8Iab 6600 -99 1.0 -9.99 -0.45 -9.99 Luck 1992ApJS...79..303L NGC 292 SV* HV 11223 00 32 01.9000 -73 22 34.000 -9.999 M3...
OriNTT 429 A + -9.999 5450 -99 4.00 -9.99 -0.43 -9.99 Lee 1994AJ....108.1445L NGC 1977 & Orion cluster ?
Cl* NGC 3201 CWFD 3-9d + -9.999 4600 100 1.90 0.30 -1.18 0.09 Gonzal 1998AJ....116..765G NGC 3532 CPD -58 3031 11 04 50.1110 -58 43 03.970 7.94 K5III...
xml.gsfc.nasa.gov /pub/adc/xml_archives/catalogs/3/3221/3221_table2.dat   (514 words)

  
 Catalog of NGC Images
Many of these images are copyrighted and must not be copied into your machines without permission of the owner.
To see a particular image, find the appropriate NGC #### and click it.
Some of these images are quite large and may take a long time to transmit.
www.frostydrew.org /transfer/fullngc.htm   (60 words)

  
 (IAAC) Obj: M 12 (NGC 6218) - Inst: 8" f/6 Newton, alt-az mount   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
There are three very bright stars on the N, E and SW edge of M 12 -- Optional related URLs: ** This observing log automatically submitted via the Web from: http://www.visualdeepsky.org/enter-log.html
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www.visualdeepsky.org /logs/msg00848.html   (165 words)

  
 List of Nice Objects
There is no substitute for a large aperture, fast focal ratio and long focal length telescope for imaging these tiny, dim objects.
NGC 6254 M 010 16 57.1 -04 07 8.0x8.0 7.0 Globular Cluster
For the next set of objects which goes up to 29 arc minutes, the images are 15 mm with the 12" f10, 10 mm with the 10" f10 and 6.6 mm with the 10" f6.3.
www.mailbag.com /users/ragreiner/objects.html   (6592 words)

  
 Oph - Ophiuchus
6171, 6218, 6235, 6254, 6266, 6273, 6284, 6287, 6293, 6304, 6309, 6316, 6325, 6333, 6342, 6355, 6356, 6360, 6366, 6369, 6384, 6401, 6402, 6426, 6517, 6572, 6633,
A small, bright, blue planetary nebula, resembling NGC 6210 Herculis.
Looks like a star in a 100-mm at 40x; color intense in a 350-mm at 190x.
mypage.bluewin.ch /horo/ngc/oph.htm   (539 words)

  
 Astronomy CD ROM I - The Globular Cluster M10, NGC 6254
Astronomy CD ROM I - The Globular Cluster M10, NGC 6254
M10, NGC6254, is a seventh magnitude globular cluster in the constellation Ophiuchus.
This picture was made from CCD images taken at the Burrell Schmidt telescope of the Warner and Swasey Observatory of the Case Western Reserve University, located on Kitt Peak in southwestern Arizona.
astroa.physics.metu.edu.tr /Astronom/SC/M10.HTM   (79 words)

  
 WAS List of 130 Deep Sky Objects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
NGC 7635, NGC 457, NGC 7789, NGC 7654
NGC 2903, NGC 3627 (M 66), NGC 3623 (M 65), NGC 3628, NGC 3351 (M 95)
NGC 6656 (M 22), NGC 6523 (M 8), NGC 6618 (M 17), NGC 6514 (M 20), NGC 6626 (M 28), NGC 6809 (M 55), NGC 6818
www.westminsterastro.org /projects/was130.htm   (6193 words)

  
 Messier Object 10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kroglasta kopica - Globular Cluster M10 (NGC 6254), class VII, in ophiuchus
This 7th mag globular cluster is about 15.1 arc minutes in diameter, more than half the diameter of the full moon.
Monella of the Sharru Astronomical Observatory, COVO (Bergamo), Italy (ADC/CDS number VII, 103) gives the number of 4.
www2.arnes.si /~gljsentvid10/messier/M010.HTM   (126 words)

  
 Messier Gallery: Reference Images from Yerkes Observatory 24 in Telescope
Image taken for Jeff Adkins, Deer Valley H.S. NGC 6254 in Ophiuchus
Image taken during a NASA meeting of Wisconsin and Illinois teachers by Al, Gary, Tim, Lynne.
Median value of seven 120s images taken by Heritage HS Astronomy Club, May 6, 2000.
sunra.lbl.gov /~vhoette/Explorations/MessierGallery   (1095 words)

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