Basic object information
Name: UGC 1837
Type of object: Galaxy
Magnitude: 15.2
Size: 1.1'x0.8'
Position angle: 25

Position information
Right ascension (J2000.0): 02h 22m 58.4s
Declination (J2000.0): +43 00' 42"

Constellation: Andromeda


Basic object information
Name: UGC 1841
Type of object: Galaxy
Magnitude: 13.5
Size: 3.0'x3.0'

Position information
Right ascension (J2000.0): 02h 23m 11.5s
Declination (J2000.0): +42 59' 29"

Constellation: Andromeda

Observer: Iiro Sairanen
Obs. place: Ahola, Joutseno, Finland
Date/Time: 18/19.10.2003 0:15

Telescope: 16" Dobson f 4.5

Magn: 244x

Filter:

Field: 12'

NE Lim.mag: 5.6

Background sky: 4

Seeing: 3

Height: 67
Visuality: III, II

Weather: weak northern lights, 47% moon 12 above horizon in NE, -2.5C

Nice pair of galaxies. UGC 1841 is dominating member with its elliptical shape. Nucleus is little bit brighter than surrounding halo. UGC 1837 is elongated in N-S direction and it is much smaller and dimmer than UGC 1841.

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