|Size||19.5' x 17.4' @ 170°|
|RA (2000)||0h 40' 22.1"|
|Dec (2000)||41° 41' 7" N|
|Description||vB, vL, mE 165 degrees, vgvmbM|
21 Oct 2006 TIMPA, Avra Valley, AZ
12x36 Canon Image Stabilized Binoculars
Faint but easily located beside M31, small, faint patch 1° northwest of the core of M31
25 Oct 2003 Farnsworth Ranch, Pima Co., AZ
46cm f/4.5 Deep Violet
It is interesting to consider M110 for itself, ignoring the presence of M31 just outside the field, large, diffuse, small and stellar core just visible, elongated N-S, several faint foreground stars involved with the halo
Rev. T.W. Webb
Hardwick, Herefordshire, England
Large faint oval neb. best with low powers: res. by Bond: a very large field includes it with NGC221 and NGC224. Seems to sparkle; much more oval and less spindle-shaped than as drawn by Bond.
There is a very considerable, broad, pretty faint, small nebula near it [M31]; my Sister [Caroline] discovered it August 27, 1783, with a Newtonian 2-feet sweeper. It shews the same faint colour with the great one, and is, no doubt, in the neighborhood of it. It is not [M32] ..; but this is about two-thirds of a degree north preceding it, in a line parallel to Beta and Nu Andromedae.