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NGC 3718, NGC 3729 & Hickson 56: galaxies in Ursa Major



 
 
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Old April 30th 11, 11:56 PM posted to sci.astro.ccd-imaging
Danilo Pivato
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Default NGC 3718, NGC 3729 & Hickson 56: galaxies in Ursa Major

Hi all,

the region around NGC3718 is very interesting for friends of faint galaxies.
BRC250 with ccd ST-10XME 48 x 300 seconds from the sky of Rome!

http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_...3718_brc_L.htm

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Old May 9th 11, 11:12 AM posted to sci.astro.ccd-imaging
i susan
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Default NGC 3718, NGC 3729 & Hickson 56: galaxies in Ursa Major

Sorry, late to the party! And, wow, I'll never look at Momma Bear quite
the same again...



thanks for sharing, susan

 




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