NGC/IC Objects

NGC 4429: Galaxy (Virgo) RA: 12h 27.4m / DEC: +11° 06'.5
Instrument: 10-inch Starfinder

NGC 4429 is located about 2 degrees south of M84 and M86 in Virgo. This 10.0 magnitude Sa-type galaxy is featured in the sketch at left, which captures a 190X view in the 10-inch. My sketch shows a 4'x2' oval arranged west-northwest by east-southeast. NGC 4429 displays an elongated, much brighter core region but no hint of spiral structure. A 9.1 magnitude star, HD 108438, is immediately adjacent to the north. Five arcminutes to the south, 9.2 magnitude HD 108453 smolders. Another four field stars complete the drawing.

NGC 4419 NGC 4442


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