Re: (IAAC) M71 20 inch Dob-Newtonian

At 14:57 02/10/97 -0400, you wrote:
>> At 12:24 30/09/97 -0400, Todd wrote:
>> I've yet to see M35 but will try the NGC 2158? when I get a chance.
>> Do you have any information on where to locate M32 galaxy objects such as
>> globulars.

>I assume you mean M32, the little companion galaxy, as opposed to M31, the
Great Andromeda Galaxy? Interesting question, Nick! I wasn't even aware that
any subobjects of M32 or M110 were visible... Brian, do you know of any refs?
Sorry Lew slip of the pen I meant M31.
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