(IAAC) Obj: NGC 3532 (Cr 238, Mel 103) - Inst: 8" f/10 SCT
Observer: Celso Montalvo
Your skills: Advanced (many years)
Date/time of observation: 01 July 2000, 20 Jan 2001
Location of site: Peru, South America (Elev 500m)
Site classification: Rural
Sky darkness: Dark (not noted)
Seeing: Not noted
Moon presence: None - moon not up
Instrument: 10" f/10 SCT
Magnification: 96x, 150x
Object(s): NGC 3532 (Cr 238, Mel 103)
Category: Open cluster.
Class: II 1 m
Data: Mag 3.0 7.08m*; size 55' round
Position: 1106.4 -5839
01 July 2000. ...I passed to the cluster C91 (NGC3532) to the north of
theta Carinae. It occupies the whole 17 mm eyepiece and has an amazing
amount of stars, around 200 spread in all the field.
20 Jan 2001. ...[Looking near the beach, at no more than 500 m above
the sea level] NGC3532 has some more than 100 stars in a 55' with the
26mm eyepiece in the LX200 [10 inch at 96x].
[See prior logs by this observer with a 60mm refractor and 8" SCT!]
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