NGC/IC Objects

NGC 4026: Galaxy (Ursa Major) RA: 11h 59.4m / DEC: +50° 57'.7
Instrument: 10-inch Starfinder

NGC 4026 is a 10.8 magnitude SO-type galaxy about 3 degrees south-southeast from 2.4 magnitude Gamma Ursae Majoris. Oriented along a north-south axis, this stellar metropolis shows as a 3'x1' patch with a bright, stellar core in my 10-inch Starfinder at 82X. The bright star 7' to the northeast is 94 magnitude HD 233887.

NGC 3982 NGC 4027


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