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Messier 105 in Leo
Elliptical Galaxy (E 1)
5.3’ x 4.8’
10.5 mag (V)
Leo, member of the Leo I group of galaxies
36 Mio ly
Around M 105 and NGC 3371 many globular clusters can be identified. I have marked 12 of them in the “object identification”-image. They are: 1: [PKT2004] 3379m1GC09   7: [WFB2003] 068 2: [WFB2003] 040   8: [WFB2003] 088 3: [PKT2004] 3379m1GC15   9: [BZR2006] gc573 4: [WFB2003] 091 10: [BZR2006] gc454 5: [PBF2006] g1078 11: [BZR2006] gc351 6: [WFB2003] 060 12: [BZR2006] gc449
Object data NGC 3371
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Lenticular Galaxy (SB(s)0)
5.4’ x 2.7’
9.9 mag (V)
Leo
27 Mio ly
Object data NGC 3373
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Spiral Galaxy (SA(s)c)
2.9’ x 1.3’
11.8 mag (V)
Leo
54 Mio ly
“Alkor” Lacerta N25010c Newtonian, f/D = 4 Moravian G2-8300, Baader LRGB filter
10micron GM2000 HPS II, unguided
L 57x5min / RGB 18x10 min per filter
13 h 45 min
data acquired remotely using Voyager, array version data acquisition by Markus Blauensteiner & Oliver Schneider
2022-03-05+06+09+24 + 04+09+25+27