Name and Catalog
Name: 3C 66.0
Catalog: 3CR Source Indentifications

Basic Information
Type of object: Radio source
Magnitude: 15.2

Object position for epoch B1950.0
RA: 02h 19m 30.03s
Dec: 42 48' 29.9"

Constellation: Andromeda

Other data for this object
Visual magnitude: 15.21
Magnitude variable?:
Redshift: 0.444

Basic object information
Name: UGC 1832
Type of object: Galaxy
Magnitude: 15.4
Size: 1.2'x0.6'
Position angle: 163

Position information
Right ascension (J2000.0): 02h 22m 31.2s
Declination (J2000.0): +43 03' 52"

Constellation: Andromeda

Observer: Iiro Sairanen
Obs. place: Ahola, Joutseno, Finland
Date/Time: 18/19.10.2003 23:30

Telescope: 12" Meade LX 200

Magn: 250x


Field: 9'

NE Lim.mag: 6.0

Background sky: 3-4

Seeing: 3

Height: 63
Visuality: III, (IV)

Weather: weak northern lights, 47% moon 6 above horizon in NE, -2.5C

3C 66A: ~15 stellar object. Identified from CDD-image. Redshift 0.444 and distance about 5 billion light years!!!
UGC 1832: A dim galaxy with no brightenings. Seen with averted vision quite easily. Elongated in SE-NW direction.