Apr 18, 1999 Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, AZ (map)
20cm f/10 SCT
Reasonably bright, more at the core, maybe slightly elongated on P.A. 150, but my tired eyes may be fooling me. not many field stars
Rev. T.W. Webb
May 19, 1885 Hardwick, Herefordshire, England (map)
Very bright nebula. E. of Rosse, spiral. 2m 48s p M96 is M95. E. of Rosse, two ellipses, centre resolved?
― Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes, T. W. Webb, 1917
Apr 6, 1831
Very bright; very large; extended; very suddenly very much brighter toward the middle; 6' long, 5' broad.
Mar 24, 1781
Nebula without star, in the Lion, near the preceding: this one is less distinct, both are on the same parallel of Regulus: they resemble the two nebulæ in the Virgin, Nos. 84 and 86. M. Méchain saw them both on March 20, 1781."
― Connaissance des Temps, 1781
8 objects found within 60'
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