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February 11


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Hi all

Fighting the clouds last night I managed to get a couple of sketches when they cleared away for a time.

I hope you like them.



A bright nucleus dominates this galaxy, I could detect no details in the nebulous outer shell.



Very elongated and I could see a dark dark that intersected the galaxy around the midway point.

NGC 2362


I was delighted to bag this one, it has a declination of -24 and was low to the horizon. It is dominated by the star Tau Canis Majoris and I believe that there are many more stars than I could pull in. I would imagine that from a more southerly location this cluster would be quite a sight.

Thanks for taking the time.

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