Re: (IAAC) Obj: NGC5134 - Inst: 56CM f:4.1 StarMaster Dob.
I know I'm a bit late for this post, but I have a question about your
observation of NGC 5134. I downloaded an image of this galaxy on the STScI
web site and I found something strange around the object, outside the halo
you describe. It is visible on every survey that STScI provide on the web
site. I didn't see it first, but after a couple of minutes, you can see a
second kind-of-halo surrounding the entire galaxy. Am I dreaming? If this
second halo really exist, it this possible to see it with a large reflector,
like the one you have, under a very dark sky?
Thanks for your help!
Stéphane Meloche (CAAS, CADI)
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Subject: (IAAC) Obj: NGC5134 - Inst: 56CM f:4.1 StarMaster Dob.
> Observation Poster: James (Jim) Anderson <email@example.com>
> Observer: James (Jim) Anderson
> Your skills: Intermediate (some years)
> Date/time of observation: 06252003/0235UT
> Location of site: The Scale VA (Lat 36:43, Elev 4686')
> Site classification: Rural
> Sky darkness: 8/10 <1-10 Scale (10 best)>
> Seeing: 7/10 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
> Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
> Instrument: 56CM f:4.1 StarMaster Dob.
> Magnification: 120X
> Filter(s): None
> Object(s): NGC5134
> Category: External galaxy.
> Class: SA
> Constellation: UMa
> Data: mag 12.1p size 2.9' x 1.7'
> Position: RA 13:25 DEC -21:08
> 120X- NGC5134 appears as a diffuse oval halo gradually brightning to a
> round core. IC4237, 13.2p lies 10.8' due West. Both objects are readily
> observable with direct vision. No other DSO's are visible in the FOV.
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