I have checked The STScI Digitized Sky Survey for IC 4622 and it is
not in its database.
Also I went to look on Megastar and it has IC 4622 listed, but with out a magnitude listing.
This can only mean that it is a very dim object and would be beyond most amateur telescopes. So I doubt that this object would be the one you saw.
Mark Wilson wrote:
Hi Bob I have checked on IC 4622 and that very well may be what I was looking at. It seems to be pretty dang close to the area I spotted this fuzziness in. Is IC 4622 not classified yet? I am sorry if I am asking newbie questions, but I am a newbie somewhat. Does anyone have any images of Ic 4622? I will know for sure that is what I was looking it after I see a image of it. I am waiting for darkness to confirm it is still in the same location and possibly get a better map of it's location as well as a better magnitude estimate of it and try to get the name of the star it is close to. MarkTo UNSUBSCRIBE from the 'netastrocatalog' lists, use the Web form at: http://www.tiac.net/users/lewkaren/netastrocatalog/subscribe.html----- Original Message -----From: Bob McAlisterSent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 3:57 PMSubject: Re: (IAAC) Obj: Unkn own - Inst: aperture=3.5 700mm Focal Length, trMaybe IC 4622.... Bob McAlister----- Original Message -----From: anonymous NFS userSent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 8:19 AMTo: Internet Amateur Astronomers CatalogSubject: (IAAC) Obj: Unkn own - Inst: aperture=3.5 700mm Focal Length, tr----
Observer: Mark Wilson
Your skills: Beginner (< one year)
Date/time of observation: 05/11/01 22:34 EST || 5/12/01 02:34 UT
Location of site: Lehigh Acres, Florida (Lat , Elev )
Site classification: Rural
Sky darkness: 9 <1-10 Scale (10 best)>
Seeing: 8 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
Instrument: aperture=3.5 700mm Focal Length, tripod mount.
Magnification: 10x 45x 120x
Filter(s): None, LPR, and light blue
Object(s): Unkn own
Data: mag 6.5 size 2-5 arcseconds
Position: RA 16:32 DEC -16:
This is not on any skycharts that I can find. I have confirmed this from a second source (Using the same scope).
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