NGC/IC Objects

NGC 3813: Spiral Galaxy (Ursa Major) RA: 11h 41.3m / DEC: +36° 32'.8
Instrument: 10-inch Starfinder

NGC 3813 has been banished to the south-central region of the Great Bear. This 11.6 magnitude spiral galaxy is rendered at left as observed in my 10-inch Newtonian at 63X. It is a fairly nondescript object, covering a 3'x2' area. Among the 14 field stars recorded in my sketch, is 8.2 magnitude HD 101394 about 14' to the west. NGC 3941 neighbors just 2.3 degrees to the east.

NGC 3810 NGC 3877


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