Deep Sky Objects List – I’ve seen it

Deep Sky Objects List  (sorted by name)  –  I’ve seen it √
(The numbers in the ordered, and the photos are shown below from The NGC/IC Project.)

Abbreviations
Gx=Galaxy   PN=Planetary Nebula   OC=Open Cluster   GC=Globular Cluster  MWP=Milky-Way Patches   SC= Star Clouds  BN=Bright Nebulae  EN=Emission Nebula  DN=Dark Nebula   SNR=Supernove Remnant

List of New General Catalogue (NGC)

NGC1-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.9) – moderately bright, slightly elongated; bright core.
NGC2-Gx_Peg (Mag: +14.0) – very faint,  very small, elongated.
NGC6-Gx-And (Mag: +13.0) – Also known as NGC20, fairly faint, very small. (NGC6 – Swift; see NGC 20.)
NGC13-Gx-And (Mag: +13.2) – edge-on, fairly faint, very small, bright core.
NGC20-Gx-And (Mag: +13.0) – See NGC6. [NGC6 was on September 18, 1857 discovered by Irish astronomer William Parsons. Lewis A. Swift discovered this galaxy on September 20, 1885 and did not know this was already discovered. The galaxy now bears two numbers: NGC6 (Swift) and NGC20 (Parsons).]
NGC21-Gx-And (Mag: +12.7) – correction for NGC29, because of the resulting confusion.
NGC23-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.0) – faint, faint small, elongated. (near NGC 26)
NGC26-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.7) – fairly faint, fairly small, slightly elongation. (near NGC23)
NGC29-Gx-And (Mag: +12.7) – fairly faint, fairly small & oval in shape.
NGC40-PN-Cep
 (Mag:+10.7) – Bow-Tie Nebula; fairly small; traces of ring structure. (Caldwell 2 / C2)
NGC68-Gx-And (Mag: +13.0) – faint, small slightly elongated but weak concentration. (compact group.)
NGC69-Gx-And (Mag: +13.4) – extremely faint and small. (NGC 68 group.)
NGC70-Gx-And (Mag: +13.5) – very faint, very small, round; bright core. (NGC68 group.)
NGC71-Gx-And (Mag: +13.2) – very faint, small & weak concentration. (member of NGC 68 group.)
NGC72-Gx-And (Mag: +13.5) – very faint & small elongated. (NGC68 group.)
NGC104-GC-Tuc (Mag: +4.0) – dimly visible to the naked-eye; very remarkable object! (Caldwell 106 / C106)
NGC108-Gx-And (Mag: +12.2) – bright, fairly small, small very bright core.
NGC129-OC-Cas (Mag: +6.5) – large cluster but not well detached from surrounding star field.
NGC136-OC-Cas  (Mag: +11.5) – 10-12 faint stars resolved in tight / no strong concentration. (Cr4)
NGC147-Gx-Cas (Mag: +9.5) – a satellite of galaxy Messier 31. (Caldwell 17 / C17)
NGC160-Gx-And (Mag: +12.2) – moderately bright, almost round.
NGC169-Gx-And (Mag: +12.4) – slightly elongated, contact IC1559 galaxy.
NGC185-Cas-Gx (Mag: +9.2) – dwarf elliptical galaxy. (Caldwell  C18)
NGC188-OC-Cep (Mag: +8.1) – 120 stars (weak concentration). (Caldwell 1 / C1)
NGC129-OC-Cas (Mag: +6.5) – 35 stars; not well detached from surrounding star field.
NGC205-Gx-And (Mag: +8.0) – somewhat elongated (Messier 110 / M110).
NGC206-SC-And (Mag: +12.8) – a star cloud in the south end of Andromeda Galaxy – M31.
NGC214-Gx-And (Mag: +12.4) – moderately bright, slightly elongated, brighter core.
NGC221-Gx-And (Mag: +8.2) – a satellite of galaxy (M31). (easy to mistake for a bright star.) (Messier 32/ M32.)
NGC224-Gx-And (Mag: 3.4) – Andromeda Galaxy; Remarkable objects & readily visible to the naked-eye! (Messier 31 / M31.)
NGC225-OC-Cas (Mag: +7.0) – 15 stars, detached, no concentration of stars, bright but scattered (Cr7). (not sure visiable of vdB4.)
NGC233-Gx-And (Mag: +12.5) – fairly faint, small, slightly elongated, brighter core.
NGC248-BN-Tuc (Mag:  n/a) – located in the south part of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC).
NGC249-BN-Tuc (Mag:  n/a) – located in rich star field in the south part of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC).
NGC252-Gx-And (Mag: +12.4) –  bright, large, slightly elongated, halo bright. (NGC258 – very faint position – not sure?) (NGC260 group.)
NGC260-Gx-And (Mag: +13.7) – fairly faint, small, slightly elongated. (NGC252 group.)
NGC278-Gx-Cas (Mag: +10.8) – quite bright, pretty large and round, bright nucleus.
NGC281-CwN-Cas (Mag: +7.4) – CwN = Clouds with nebula; faint emission nebula.
NGC294-BN-Tuc (Mag:  n/a) – very faint; located in the south part of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC).
NGC337-Gx-Cet (Mag: +11.6) – Pretty, faint, large & elongated.
NGC346-BN+OC-Tuc (Mag:  n/a) – nebula containing open clusters.
NGC362-GC-Tuc (Mag: +6.8) – high concentration. (Caldwell 104 / C104).
NGC371-BN+OC-Tuc (Mag: 9.3) – nebulosity involved with open cluster in the Small Magellanic Clouds (SMC).
NGC381-OC-Cas (Mag: +9.3) – small & compressed cluster about 40 stars resolved. (Cr10)
NGC393-Gx-And (Mag: +12.2) – lenticular sharp concentration, faint halo, forms a pair with NGC389.
NGC389-Gx-And (Mag: +13.9) – pair galaxy NGC393, small, elongated, even surface brightness.
NGC404-Gx-And (Mag: +10.3) – Mirach’s Ghost; would be easier to see without the star’s glaze (Mirach).
NGC416-GC-Tuc (Mag: +11.0) – located in east portion of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC).
NGC419-GC-Tuc (Mag: +10.0) – other located in east portion of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC).
NGC436-OC-Cas (Mag: +8.8) – small, irregular figure (Cr11 / Mel 6).
NGC457-OC-Cas (Mag: +6.4) – Owl Cluster or ET Cluster; resembles an owl’s face or a stick figure of two bright eyes. (Caldwell 13 /C13)
NGC460-BN-Tuc (Mag:  n/a) – nebulosity surrounding a small star cluster.
NGC488-Gx-Psc (Mag: +10.3) – many arms spiral pattern.
NGC 507-Gx-Psc (Mag: +11.2) – elliptical or spiral galaxy?
NGC559-OC-Cas (Mag: +9.5) – weak concentration of stars; 60 stars (Caldwell 8 / C8).
NGC581-OC-Cas (Mag: +7.4) – no concentration of stars; arrowhead small group of stars. (Messier 103 / M103.)
NGC598-Gx-Tri (Mag: +5.7) – Pinwheel Galaxy; very large, very faint, visible to the naked-eye in exceptionally dark skies. (Messier 33 / M33.)
NGC628-Gx-Psc (Mag: +9.2) – very small; face-on spiral with two major arms. (Messier 74 / M74).
NGC637-OC-Cas (Mag: +8.2) – detached; strong concentration of 20 stars.
NGC650-PN-Per (Mag: 10.1) – one of the faintest – PN Messier objects; “Butterfly” shape. (Messier 76 / M76.)
NGC663-OC-Cas (Mag: +7.1) – 75 stars, fairly large, rich, many doubles.
NGC651-PN-Per (Mag: +10.1) – Little Dumbbell or Cork Nebula (Messier 76/ M76).
NGC654-OC-Cas (Mag: +6.5) – weak concentration of 60 stars; large range in brightness.
NGC659-OC-Cas (Mag: +7.9) – no concentration of 40 stars.
NGC663-OC-Cas (Mag: +7.1) – 80 stars appears to contain a group stars; S-shaped cluster (Caldwell 10 / C10).
NGC672-Gx-Tri (Mag: +10.9) – elongated galaxy; possible interacting with galaxy IC1717.
NGC680-Gx-Ari (Mag: +11.9) – irregularly roundish; much brighter toward middle.
NGC688-Gx-Tri (Mag: +12.7) – barred spiral.
NGC691-Gx-Ari (Mag: +11.4) – quite elongated.
NGC697-Gx-Ari (Mag: +12.0) – quite large and elongated.
NGC752-OC-And (Mag: +5.7) – Best in binoculars. (Caldwell 28 /C28)
NGC772-Gx-Ari (Mag: +10.3) – bright; several tightly coiled arms bright on northwest.
NGC812-Gx-And (Mag: +11.2) – Extremely faint and pretty large; Peculiar.
NGC869-OC-Per (Mag: +5.3) – Double Cluster with NGC884. (Caldwell 14 / C14)
NGC884-OC-Per (Mag: +6.1) – Double Cluster with NGC869. (Caldwell 14 / C14)
NGC891-Gx-And (Mag: +9.9) – NGC1023 – Galaxy Group; shows dark lane. (Caldwell 23 / C23)
NGC957-OC-Per (Mag: +7.6) – pretty large – no concentration of stars; range of in brightness.
NGC1039-OC-Per (Mag: +5.2) – 60 stars; detached, weak concentration. (Messier 34 / M34).
NGC1068-Gx-Cet (Mag: +8.8) – irregularly round; very bright nucleus. (Messier 77 / M77.)
NGC1027-OC-Cas (Mag: +6.7) – 40 stars; detached, no concentration of stars.
NGC1193-OC-Per (Mag: +12.6) – faint open cluster, easily resolvable, some stars visible.
NGC1245-OC-Per (Mag: +8.4) – 200 stars; detached, pretty large, small range in brightness.
NGC1267-Gx-Per (Mag: +13.1) – faint, very small & round; close pair with NGC1268. (Abell 426)
NGC1268-Gx-Per (Mag: +13.4) – extremely faint & small, around. (close pair with NGC1267.) (Abell 426)
NGC1270-Gx-Per (Mag: +13.1) – faint, very small & elongated. (Abell 426)
NGC1272-Gx-Per (Mag: +11.8) – faint, small & roundish. (located between NGC1275 & NGC1270.)
NGC1275-Gx-Per (Mag: +11.9) – Seyfert Galaxy; faint & small. (Caldwell 24 / C24 / Pergeus A).
NGC1342-OC-Per (Mag: +6.7) – 40 stars; detached, large range in brightness.
NGC1432-BN+OC-Tau (Mag: +1.2) – The Seven Sisters; contains at least 100 stars, surrounded by the extremely large & faint Merope Nebula (IC349). (Messier 45 / M45.)
NGC1435-BNe-Tau (Mag: –) – – The Seven Sisters; contains at least 100 stars, surrounded by the extremely large & faint Merope Nebula (IC349). (Messier 45 / M45.)
NGC1435-BNe-Tau (Mag: –) – the Merope Nebula or Tempel’s Nebula  (Ced19j / vdb22) is the brighest of the reflection nebulae that encase the Plaiades / Seven Sisters (M45).
NGC1444-OC-Per (Mag: +6.6) – 15 stars; not well detached from surrounding star field.
NGC1499-BN-Per (Mag: +5.0) – California Nebula; Huge & very faint – very elongated shape. (H-Beta helps greatly.)
NGC1502-OC-Cam (Mag: +6.9) – 45 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars. (Golden Harp Cluster.)
NGC1513-OC-Per (Mag: +8.4) -spotted object with a crown of larger stars around.
NGC1523-OC-Dor (Mag: +8.4) – not a nebula; only four faint stars group.
NGC1528-OC-Per (Mag: +6.4) – 40 stars; good low-power object.
NGC1545-OC-Per (Mag: +6.2) – 20 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars.
NGC1647-OC-Tau (Mag: +6.4) – 200 stars; detached but weak concentration of stars.
NGC1662-OC-Ori (Mag: +6.4) – 35 stars; strong concentration of stars, detached, but poor open cluster.
NGC1664-OC-Aur (Mag: +7.6) – 40 stars; detached, no concentration of stars (Cr 56 / Mel 27).
NGC1778-OC-Aur (Mag: +7.7) – scattered cluster of 50 stars; not particularly rich visually.
NGC1807-OC-Tau (Mag: +7.0) – probably an asterism – not real open cluster? (20 stars).
NGC1857-OC-Aur (Mag: +7.1) – triangular grouping of stars.
NGC1893-OC-Aur (Mag: +7.5) – 60 stars; weak concentration of stars, 60 stars (The Letter Y Cluster).
NGC1907-OC-Aur (Mag: +8.2) – 30 stars; compressed oval cluster.
NGC1912-OC-Aur (Mag: +6.4) – 100 stars; very large and bright. (Messier 38 / M38.)
NGC1931-BN+OC-Aur (Mag: +10.1) – contains a very bright, large and round; very bright.
NGC1952-SNR-Tau (Mag: +8.4) – Crab Nebula; supernove of A.D. 1052, elongated shape.
NGC1960-OC-Aur (Mag: +6.0) – bright, very large, 150 stars but weal concentration of stars. (Messier 36 / M36).
NGC1973-BN-Ori (Mag: +7.0) – bright nebulosity; connected to nebula NGC 1975.
NGC1975-BN-Ori (Mag: +7.0) – stars involved in a faint patch of nebulosity,  connected to NGC1973 – remarkable object!
NGC1976-BN-Ori (Mag: +4.0) – extremely bright and extremely large, irregular mass of greenish haze. (Messier 42 / M42).
NGC1977-BN+OC-Ori (Mag: +7.0) – stars involved in a faint, large patch of Orion Molecular Cloud.
NGC1981-OC-Ori (Mag: +4.2) – 20 stars; detached, involved in nebulosity.
NGC1982-BN-Ori (Mag: +9.0) – very bright and large nebula, north of Messier 42 (de Mairan’s Nebula). (Messier 42 / M43.)
NGC1999-BN-Ori (Mag: n/a) – reflection nebula; contains the young star (V380 Orionis); small triangle shaped patch.
NGC2022-PN-Ori (Mag: +12.8) – small grayish patch of light and bright – easy to spot it in the eyepiece at the dark site.
NGC2039-OC-Ori (Mag: +8 to 13) – scattered group of stars ranging in magnitude from 8 to 13, about 30 stars; not sure much that’s an open cluster.
NGC2023-BN-Ori (Mag: + n/a) – bright star involved in a large patch of nebulosity.
NGC2024-BN-Ori (Mag: + n/a) – Flame Nebula; bright and irregularly shaped dividing dark lane extended. (remarkable!).
NGC2244-OC-CMa (Mag: +4.8) – located in Rosette Nebula (NGC2337/38/39, 46), 100 stars; weak concentration of stars.
NGC2063-OC-Ori (Mag: + ??) – small grouping of 7-9 faint stars; non-identified object; could be an asterism located at J2000 RA: 05h 46m 43s / DEC: +08 46.9.
NGC2067-BN-Ori (Mag: n/a) – located in a group with nebulae Messier 78 (M78) and NGC 2071.
NGC2068-BN-Ori (Mag: 8.0) – wispy nebula; resembles a comet with a split nucleus. (Messier 78 / M78.)
NGC2070-BN-Dor (Mag: +8.3) – very bright, very large nebula, contains a small open cluster. (Caldwell 103 / C103).
NGC2071-BN-Ori (Mag: + 8.0) – small, very faint and fuzzy, part of Messier 78 (M78).
NGC2074-BN-Dor (Mag: + n/a) – many stars involved in nebulosity with S-shaped.
NGC2081-BN-Dor (Mag: + n/a) – contains a small open cluster with NGC2074.
NGC2099-OC-Aur (Mag: +5.6) – 150 stars; weak concentration of stars, small range brightness. (Messier 37 / M37).
NGC2112-OC-Ori (Mag: +9.1) – weak concentration of stars.
NGC2158-OC-Gem (Mag: +8.6) – rich; detached, weak concentration, edge of Messier 35 / M35.
NGC2168-OC-Gem (Mag: +5.1) – 200 stars, very large with an opera glass. (Messier 35 / M35.)
NGC2169-OC-Ori (Mag: +5.9) – 30 stars, detached, strong concentration of stars.
NGC2174-BN-Ori (Mag:  n/a) – extremely faint, very large and clouded patch of nebulosity surrounding several other stars involved.
NGC2175-BN+OC-Ori (Mag: +6.8) – 60 stars, not well detached from surrounding star field, involved extremely faint and large emission nebula (NGC2174).
NGC2186-OC-Ori (Mag: 8.7) – 30 stars,deatched well.
NGC2194-OC-Ori (Mag: 8.5) – 80 stars; detached well, no concentration of stars; small range.
NGC2323-OC-Mon (Mag: +5.9) – 80 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars. red stars’s there toward the south.
NGC2237-BNe-Mon (Mag: ??) – consisting of emission nebula along with open cluster NGC2244, large, bright roundish nebula. (Rosette Nebula / Caldwell 49)
NGC2238-BNe-Mon (Mag: ??) – consisting of emission nebula along with open cluster NGC2244, large, bright roundish nebula. (Rosette Nebula / Caldwell 49)
NGC2239-BNe-Mon (Mag: ??) – consisting of emission nebula along with open cluster NGC2244, large, bright roundish nebula. (Rosette Nebula / Caldwell 49)
NGC2244-BN+OC-Mon (Mag: +4.8) – Located in the Rosette Nebula (NGC2237); 100 stars, weak concentration of stars. (Caldwell 50 / C50).
NGC2246-BNe-Mon (Mag: ??) – consisting of emission nebula along with open cluster NGC2244, large, bright roundish nebula. (Rosette Nebula / Caldwell 49)
NGC2261-BNe-Mon (Mag: +1.0, I could say) – Hubble’s variable Nebula; Bright and fan or flyfishing-hook shaped, powerful reflection from the variable star R Mon. (Caldwell 46)
NGC2264-BN+OC-Mon (Mag: +3.9) – Xmas Tree Cluster (diagram) & Cone Nebula (photo). not well detached.
NGC2273-Gx-Lyn (Mag: +11.7) – Faint, small & irregularly roundish.
NGC2287-OC-CMa (Mag: +4.5) – 80 stars; detached but weak concentration. (Messier 41 / M41).
NGC2301-OC-Mon (Mag: +6.0) – 80 stars; strong concentration of stars.
NGC2331-OC-Gem (Mag: +8.5) – 30 stars; not well detached.
NGC2335-OC-Mon (Mag: +7.2) – 35 stars; detached, no concentration of stars, unseen involved in large nebulosity (IC2177 – Seagull Nebula). (requested H-Beta filter)
NGC2343-OC-Mon (Mag: +6.7) – 20 stars; detached, no concentration of stars, large brightness in range.
NGC2345-OC-CMa (Mag: +7.7) – 70 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars.
NGC2354-OC-CMa (Mag: +6.5) – 100 stars; detached, no concentration of stars.
NGC2360-OC-CMa (Mag: +7.2) – Opened Box Cluster (Caldwell 58); detached, weak concentration of stars, large.
NGC2362-OC-CMa (Mag: +4.1) – 60 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars, very large range of brightest star (pretty large), involved in faint emission nebula. (Mexican Jumping Star / Caldwell 64).
NGC2367-OC-CMa (Mag: +7.9) –  30 stars; detached, moderately rich in bright & faint star. (Cone or Christmas Tree shaped.)
NGC2374-OC-CMa (Mag: +8.0) – 25 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars.
NGC2383-OC-CMa (Mag: +8.4) – 40 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars, open cluster NGC 2384 directly to SE.
NGC2384-OC-CMa (Mag: +7.4) – 15 stars; not well detached, better detached open cluster NGC2383 directly to NW.
NGC2392-PN-Gem (Mag: +6.8) – Clown Face Nebula or Eskimo Nebula (photo). (Caldwell 39 / C39)
NGC2401-OC-Pup (Mag: +12.6) – almost unstudied compact grouping of faint stars.
NGC2403-Gx-Cam (Mag: +8.5) – Bright, very elongated irregular arms. (Caldwell 7 / C7)
NGC2404-Neb+Gx-Cam (Mag: + n/a) – within the galaxy (NGC2403) on the NE side.
NGC2414-OC-Pup (Mag: +7.9) – 35 stars; detached, strong concentration; rich in bright and faint stars.
NGC2415-Gx-Lyn (Mag: +12.4) – Pretty bright and roundish.
NGC2420-OC-Gem (Mag: +8.3) – 100 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars toward center.
NGC2422-OC-Pup (Mag: +4.4) – 30 stars; detached, no concentration of stars. Visible to naked-eye. (Messier 47 / M47.)
NGC2423-OC-Pup (Mag: +8.3) – 40 stars; not well detached from surrounding star field.
NGC2425-OC-Pup (Mag:  n/a) – poor open cluster.
NGC2437-OC-Pup (Mag: + 6.1) – 100 stars; detached, no concentration of stars, bright and large. (Messier 46 / M46.)
NGC2438-PN-Pup (Mag: +11.0) – Pretty bright, small ring (PK231+04.2) inside Messier 46 (M46).
NGC2447-OC-Pup (Mag: +6.2) – 80 stars; not well detached from surrounding star field. (Messier 93 / M93.)
NGC2482-OC-Pup (Mag: 7.3) – 40 stars; detached well, no concentration of stars, also known as Starfish Cluster.
NGC2516-OC-Car (Mag: +3.8) – 80 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars (Caldwell 96 / C96).
NGC2548-OC-Hya (Mag: +5.8) – 70 stars detached, strong concentration of stars. (Messier 48 / M48.)
NGC2629-Gx-UMa (Mag: +12.3) – fairly faint & small, slightly elongated.
NGC2632-OC-Cnc (Mag: +3.1) – Praesepe; also known as Beehive Cluster or The Manger, weak concentration of stars. (Messier 44 / M44.)
NGC2639-Gx-UMa (Mag: +11.6) –  fairly faint & small, slightly elongated.
NGC2641-Gx-UMa (Mag: +13.6) – lenticular galaxy; broad mild concentration, almost stellar nucleus.
NGC2650-Gx-UMa (Mag: +13.3) – faint, fairly small, elongated, even surface brightness.
NGC2880-Gx-UMa (Mag: +11.5) – Bright, small and round; very bright nucleus.
NGC2681-Gx-UMa (Mag: +10.3) – bright, fairly small, slightly elongated, contains a small unusually bright core & stellar nucleus.
NGC2682-OC-Cnc (Mag: +6.9) – 200 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars; very bright, very large. (Messier 67 / M67.)
NGC2684-Gx-UMa (Mag: +13.1) – fairly faint, small, elongated & broad weak concentration.
NGC2692-Gx-UMa (Mag: +13.3) – faint, small, slightly elongated.
NGC2963-Gx-UMa (Mag: +11.8) – fairly bright, small, bright core & slightly elongated; forms a close pair with NGC2694.
NGC2694-Gx-UMa (Mag: +13.4) – very small, round; forms close to NGC2693.
NGC2701-Gx-UMa (Mag: 12.1) – fairly faint, almost even surface brightness.
NGC2903-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.0) – Quite bright, very large and elongated; bright nucleus – excellent arms displayed.
NGC2908-Gx-Dra (Mag: +14.0) – also known as UGC5152; very faint object, hard notable, small round, low but uneven surface brightness.
NGC2976-Gx-UMa (Mag: +10.2) – bright, very large & slightly elongated.
NGC3031-Gx-UMa (Mag: +6.4) – one of Bode’s Nebulae, along with galaxy M82. (Messier 81).
NGC3034-Gx-UMa (Mag: +8.4) – one of Bode’s Nebulae, along with galaxy, M81. (Messier 82 / M82).
NGC3077-Gx-UMa (Mag: +9.8) – quite bright, quite long and round. Located in the M81 galaxy group. (photo)
NGC3115-Gx-Sex (Mag: +8.9) – very bright, large elongated, very bright nucleus; almost spherical nuclear bulge with an extremely thin disk. (Caldwell 53)
NGC3162-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.6) – quite large, pretty faint; two mains knotty arms, contains NGC3575 (Unable to see NGC3575).
NGC3338-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.1) – Faint, quite large & elongated; two main arms (Leo group).
NGC3351-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.7) – Large, bright & round, extremely nucleus; internal ring with bar. (Messier 95 / M95).
NGC3356-Gx-UMa (Mag: +10.0) – bright, very large & very elongated; nearly edge on. (Messier 108 / M108.)
NGC3359-Gx-UMa (Mag: +10.6) – large & elongated; very small, faint nucleus.
NGC3367-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.5) – quite large & irregularly round, three arms!
NGC3368-Gx-Leo (Mag: + 9.2) – slightly elongated but very bright & very large; dark lanes visible. (Messier 96 / M96).
NGC3372-BN-Car (Mag: + n/a) – also known as Keyhole Nebula; very large, very bright, irregularly shaped nebula. (Caldwell 92 / C92)
NGC3379-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.3) – Very bright, large & round. Leo galaxy group paired with NGC 3384). (Messier 105 / M105.)
NGC3384-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.9) – very bright, large & round, extremely bright nucleus. Messier 105 / M105 (near M105 with NGC 3379 & NGC 3389 (photo).
NGC3389-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.9) – faint, large & elongated; very small but bright nucleus.
NGC3412-Gx-Leo (Mag: +10.5) – Leo galaxy group; bright, small & slightly elongated.
NGC3532-OC-Car (Mag: +3.0) – 150 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars, extremely large, fine object! (Caldwell 91 / C91).
NGC3556-Gx-UMa (Mag: +10.0) – bright, very large & very elongated; no visible nucleus (Messier 108 / M108).
NGC3587-PN-UMa (Mag: 9.9) – Very bright, very large & round; resembles the face of an owl with two dark “eyes”. (Messier 97 / M97.)
NGC3593-Gx-Leo (Mag: +10.9) – bright, quite large & elongayed; large bulge and dark lane.
NGC3596-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.3) – pretty faint, large & round; two strong arms.
NGC3599-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.9) – bright, pretty small & roundish, in group with galaxies NGC 3605, NGC3607 & NGC 3608 (photo).
NGC3607-GX-Leo (Mag: +9.9) – Very bright, large & round; small bright nucleus; brightest in group of galaxies that includes NGC3599 & NGC3608.
NGC3608-Gx-Leo (Mag: +10.8) – bright diffuse nucleus; in group of galaxies that includes NGC 3599 & NGC3607.
NGC3613-Gx-UMa (Mag: +10.9) – very bright, quite large & elongation, small bright necleus.
NGC3619-Gx-UMa (Mag: +11.5) – quite bright & quite large; very small, very bright nucleus.
NGC3623-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.3) – bright, large & elongated; very bright nucleus. member of Leo’s Triplet (photo) along with M66 & NGC 3628. (Messier 65 / M65.)
NGC3627-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.0) – bright, very large & very elongated; small, very bright nucleus, a member of Leo’s Triplet (photo) along with M65 & NGC3628). (Messier 66 / M66.)
NGC3628-Gx-Leo (Mag: +9.5) – large, pretty bright & very elongated; edge-on. (member of Leo’s Triplet along with M65 & M66).
NGC3655-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.6) – irregularly round, several bright arms, small & bright nucleus.
NGC3766-OC-Cen (Mag: 5.3) – 100 stars, detached, strong concentration of stars; small range in brightness. (Caldwell 97 / C97)
NGC3801-Gx-Leo (Mag: +12.0) – pretty faint, large & slightly elongated; many arms. (along with NGC3802 & NGC3803).
NGC3802-Gx-Leo (Mag: +13.3) – faint & elongated slightly edge-on (along with NGC3801 & NGC3803).
NGC3872-Gx-Leo (Mag: +11.7) – bright, small & round; small bright nucleus.
NGC3992-Gx-UMa (Mag: +9.8) – quite bright, large & elongated; spiral arms, diffuse with bright nucleus. (Messier 109 / M109.)
NGC4038-Gx-Crv (Mag: +10.3) – Antennae Galaxy or Ringtail Galaxy (two filaments) (Caldwell 60)
NGC4039-Gx-Crv (Mag: +10.6) – Antennae Galaxy or Ringtail Galaxy (two filaments) (Caldwell 61)
NGC4147-GC-Com (Mag: +10.4) – very well resolved; bright, large & round, medium concentration of stars.
NGC4152-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.2) – pretty bright, pretty large & round; several filamentary arms.
NGC4179-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.0) – pretty bright, pretty small & elongated.
NGC4192-Gx-Com (Mag: +9.8) – bright, large & round; elongated/face-on similar in appearance to M33 but much smaller. (Messier 98 /M98.)
NGC4236-Gx-Dra (Mag: +9.6) – very faint, extremely large & very elongated (Caldwell 3 ? C3).
NGC4244-Gx-CVn (Mag: +10.4) – pretty bright, very large & extremely elongated; edge-on, very small bright nucleus (Caldwell 26 /C26).
NGC4254-Gx-Com (Mag: +9.8) – bright, large & round; face-on, small & very bright nucleus. similar in appearance of M33.
NGC4258-Gx-CVn (Mag: +8.3) – very bright, very large & very elongated; small, bright nucleus in bright bulge. (Messier 106 / M106.)
NGC4262-Gx-Com (Mag: +11.6) – bright but small & round; extremely bright nucleus (member of the Virgo Claxay Cluster).
NGC4284-Gx-UMa (Mag: +13.5) – with NGC 4290.
NGC4290-Gx-UMa (Mag: +11.8) – pretty bright, large & round; very small but very bright nucleus. (paired galaxy with NGC4284.)
NGC4293-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.4) – dim; heavy dust lanes.
NGC4303-Vir-Gx (Mag: +9.7) – very bright, very large, face-on spiral. (Messier 61 / M61.)
NGC4321-Gx-Com (Mag: +9.8) – pretty faint, very large & round; face-on, brightest spiral in Virgo Galaxy Cluster, paired with NGC4312. (Messier 100 / M100.)
NGC4351-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.6) – faint, pretty large, irregularly roundish. (member of the Virgo Galaxy Cluster).
NGC4374-Gx-Vir (Mag: +9.3) – very bright, round & pretty large, paired with NGC4387. (Messier 84 / M84).
NGC4377-Gx-Com (Mag: +11.9) – bright, small & round; very bright nucleus.
NGC4382-Gx-Com (Mag: +9.2) – very bright, round & pretty large; extremely bright, paired with NGC4394 (Messier 85 / M85).
NGC4387-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.1) – near NGC4374.
NGC4388-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.0) – edge on lens shape (near Messier 84/M84).
NGC4394-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.9) – with NGC4382 (M85).
NGC4402-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.8) – NGC4406 @ Mag: +10.0; edge on dust lane / near M65.
NGC4406-Gx-Vir (Mag: +9.2) – large, very bright & round; paired with galaxy NGC4402. (Messier 86 / M86).
NGC4413-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.3) – ESE from NGC4388.
NGC4425-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.8) – lens shaped / SE from M86.
NGC4431-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.9) – NGC4440 group; SSE from NGC4436.
NGC4435-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.9) – Markarian’s Chain; SSE from NGC4438.
NGC4438-Gx-Vir (Mag: +10.2) – Markarian’s Chain; NGC4435 / long filaments.
NGC4440-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.7) – bright, small & roundish; very bright nucleus.
NGC4449-Gx-CVn (Mag: +9.6) – very bright & quite large; faint nucleus. (Caldwell 21 / C21).
NGC4450-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.1) – bright, large & round; circular dust lanes start outside nucleus.
NGC4458-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.1) – Markarian’s Chain; NGC4461, near M84.
NGC4459-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.1) – pretty, bright, large, irregularly round; dark crescent.
NGC4461-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.8) – Markarian’s Chain; NGC4458, neasr M84.
NGC4464-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.5) – pretty small, bright nucleus.
NGC4468-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.8) – near NGC 4474.
NGC4472-Gx-Vir (Mag: +8.4) – very bright, large & round with NGC4467. (Messier 49 / M49).
NGC4473-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.2) – pretty bright. (Markarian’s Chain.)
NGC4474-Gx-Com (Mag: +11.5) – pretty faint & round; spindle shaped.
NGC4476-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.2) – near NGC4478.
NGC4477-Gx-Com (Mag: +13.1) – bright & quite large. (Markarian’s Chain; near NGC4479.)
NGC4478-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.4) – pretty bright, small & round; extremely bright center, near NGC4476 & NGC4486.
NGC4479-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.4) – Markarian’s Chain; near NGC4477.
NGC4382-Gx-Com (Mag: +9.2) – very bright, round & pretty large, extremely bright, diffuse nucleus. (Paired with galaxy NGC 4394.) (Messier 85 / M85.)
NGC4485-Gx-CVn (Mag: +11.9) – bright, pretty small, irregularly round, along with NGC4490.
NGC4486-Gx-Vir (Mag: +8.6) – very bright, very large & round. Visible in 20-inch is a faint ray (optical jet). (Messier 87 / M87).
NGC4489-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.0) – pretty faint, quite small & roundish; near 4498.
NGC4498-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.2) – very faint, pretty large & elongated; near NGC4489.
NGC4501-Gx-Vir (Mag: +9.5) – bright, very large & quite elongated. (Messier 88 / M88).
NGC4503-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.1) – petty bright, small & round, bright nucleus. (Virgo Galaxy Cluster).
NGC4506-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.7) – very small, very faint & slightly elongated.
NGC4528-Gx-Vir (Mag: +12.1) – pretty faint, quite small & roundish; bright nucleus.
NGC4548-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.2)  bright, large & slightly elongated with a central bar dimly visible in large telescope. (Messier 91 / M91).
NGC4552-Gx-Vir (Mag: +9.8) – pretty bright, pretty small & round. (Messier 89 / M89).
NGC5457-Gx-UMa (Mag: +7.7) – pretty bright & very large; face-on faint spiral arms. (Messier 101 / M101.)
NGC4564-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.1) – pretty bright, small & slightly elongated; North from NGC 4567/NGC4568.
NGC4567-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.3) – Siamese Twins to NGC4564.
NGC4568-Gx_Vir (Mag: +10.8) – Siamese Twins; overlaps NGC4567.
NGC4569-Gx-Vir (Mag: +9.5) – pretty large & elongated; extremly bright, very small nucleus. (Messier 90 / M90).
NGC4579-Gx-Vir (Mag: +9.8) – bright, pretty large, irregularly round. (Messier 58 /M58).
NGC4594-Gx-Vir (Mag: +8.3) – very bright, very large & elongated; with a prominent dark lane and large nucleus bulge. (Messier 104 / M104.)
NGC4595-Gx-Com (Mag: +12.1) – pretty faint, pretty large & round (Virgo Galaxy Cluster.)
NGC4606-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.8) – very faint, pretty small & elongated; near NGC4607.
NGC4609-OC-Cru (Mag: 6.9) – 40 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars, pretty large, elongated & compressed. (Caldwell 98 / C98).
NGC4621-Gx-Vir (Mag: +8.8) – bright, pretty large & round. (Virgo Galaxy Cluster.) (Messier 59 /M59).
NGC4638-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.2) – faint & round; very bright center; near NGC4637, stubby lens shape.
NGC4647-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.3) – pretty faint, pretty large & slightly elongated; dark lane, near M60 (NGC4649).
NGC4649-Gx-Vir (Mag:8.8) – very bright, pretty large & round. (Virgo Galaxy Cluster.) (Messier 60 / M60).
NGC4651-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.8) – quite bright, large & elongated; filamentary arms.
NGC4660-Gx-Vir (Mag: +11.2) – very bright & small (Virgo Galaxy Cluster) SSE from Messier 80 (M80).
NGC4689-Gx-Com (Mag: +10.9) – pretty bright, very large & elongated; very small & very bright nucleus.
NGC4710-Gx-Com (Mag: +11.0) – quite bright, pretty large & very elongated; equatorial dust lane.
NGC4736-Gx-CVn (Mag: +8.1) – large, very bright, irregularly round; extremely bright nucleus; no spiral arms.
NGC4754-Gx-Vir (Mag: +10.6) – bright, pretty large & round, NGC4762 to Northwest. (Virgo Galaxy Cluster.)
NGC4755-OC-Cru (Mag: +4.2) – detached, strong concentration of stars; largerange in brightness, very large & rich – one of the youngest Open Cluster among the finest object in the sky’s southern hemisphere. (Caldwell 94 / C94)
NGC4762-Gx-Vir (Mag: +10.3) – pretty bright & extremely elongated; one of the flattest edge-on; near NGC4754; thick streak with tufts at the ends.
NGC4826-Gx-Com (Mag: +8.5) – The Black Eye; very bright, very large and very elongated; extremely bright nucleus & dark lane. (Messier 64 / M64.) (Photo: close-up.)
NGC5024-GC-Com (Mag: +7.7) – medium concentration of stars; a large bright cluster. (Messier 53 / M53.)
NGC5053-GC-Com (Mag: +9.8) – low surface brightness, pretty large but very faint irregularly round; near Messier 53 (M53).
NGC5055-Gx-CVn (Mag: 8.6) – very bright & large; very small, bright nucleus; known as Sunflower Galaxy. (Messier 63 / M63.)
NGC5128-Gx-Cen (Mag: +6.8) – very bright, very large, very elongated; Centaurus A; dark central band. very remarkable object. (Caldwell 77 / C77.)
NGC5139-GC-Cen (Mag: +3.9) – finest globular cluster; magnificent object!! (Omega Centauri / Caldwell 80 / C80).
NGC5194-Gx-CVn (Mag: +8.1) – two clouds that touch; known as Whirlpool Galaxy.(Messier 51 / M51.)
NGC5195-Gx-CVn (Mag: +9.6) – Part of Whirlpool Galaxy (M51); bright, pretty small, slightly elongated.
NGC5236-Gx-Hya (Mag: +7.6) – very bright, large & face-on; two main arms. (Messier 83 /M83).
NGC5248-Gx-Boo (Mag: +10.9) – bright, large, slightly elongated & very small bright core. (Caldwell 45 / C45)
NGC5272-GC-CVn (Mag: +6.4) – medium concentration of stars, bright & very large. (Messier 3 / M3.)
NGC5457-Gx-UMa (Mag: +7.7) – pretty bright & very large; face-on, faint spiral arms. (Messier 101 / M101.)
NGC5450-BN/Gx-UMa (Mag: n/a) – knot on the arm of NGC5457 – Messier 101 (M101).
NGC5461-BN+Gx-UMavb    (Mag: n/a) – knot on the arm of NGC5457 – Messier 101 (M101).
NGC5462-BN+Gx-UMa (Mag: n/a) – knot on the arm of NGC5457 – Messier 101 (M101).
NGC5477-Gx-UMa (Mag: +14.0) – very small & very faint.
NGC5536-Gx-Boo (Mag: +13.7) – fairly small, elongated and very small brighter core.
NGC5541-Gx-Boo (Mag: +12.6) – fairly faint & small, elongated.
NGC5557-Gx-Boo (Mag: +11.0) – quite bright, small, round; bright nucleus.
NGC5582-Gx-Boo (Mag: +11.6) – pretty bright and small; roundish & faint nucleus.
NGC5598-Gx-Boo (Mag: +13.1) – slightly larger of similar pair with NGC5603.
NGC5601-Gx-Boo (Mag: +13.7) – very very faint, small, very elongated.
NGC5603-Gx-Boo (Mag: +13.1) – lenticular galaxy; fairly faint and small, round (UGC9216 was not seen. / NGC5601 was seen but NGC5603 was broadly brighter than NGC 5601.)
NGC5822-OC-Lup (Mag: +6.5) – 150 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars; small range  in brightness.
NGC5904-GC-Ser (Mag: +5.8) – low concentration of stars; bright, large, round & extremely rich, slightly oval shaped. (Messier 5 / M5).
NGC5906-Gx-Dra (Mag: +10.3) – Part of NGC5907; bulge nearly hidden by strong dark lane.
NGC5907-Gx-Dra (Mag: +10.3) – quite bright, very large & very elongated; nearly edge-on with dark lane. (Seyfert Galaxy.)
NGC5908-Gx-Dra (Mag: +11.8) – pretty faint, small and round; bright nucleus with dark lane.
NGC5981-Gx-Dra (Mag: +13.0) – triple group with NGC5982, NGC5985 & NGC5976.
NGC5982-Gx-Dra (Mag: +11.0) – quite bright, small & round; very bright nucleus; near NGC5985.
NGC5985-Gx-Dra (Mag: +11.1) – pretty bright & quite large; filamentary arms; brightest of triple group.
NGC6068-Gx-UMi (Mag: +12.8) – very faint, very small & slightly elongated.
NGC6068A-Gx-UMi (Mag: +14.0) – paired of NGC6068; knwon as MCG+13-11-017.
NGC6093-GC-Sco (Mag: +7.2) – high concentration of stars; large, very bright, well resolved, extremely rich. (Messier M80 / M80.)
NGC6121-GC-Sco (Mag: +5.9) – low concentration of stars; very well resolved by binocular. (Messier 4 / M4.)
NGC6127-Gx-Dra (Mag: +12.0) – pretty face, very small & roundish.
NGC6144-GC-Sco (Mag: +9.1) – low concentration of stars; quite large & very well resolved.
NGC6166-Gx-Her (Mag: +11.8) – pretty faint, pretty large & slightly elongated; center of cluster – many very faint galaxies near.
NGC6171-Gx-Oph (Mag: +8.1) – low concentration of stars; very large, very rich, well resolved. (Messier 107 / M107.)
NGC6196-Gx-Her (Mag: +12.9) – very small & faint; in a group.
NGC6205-GC-Her (Mag: +5.9) – extremely bright, very large, round & very rich; The Hercules Cluster. (Messier 13 / M13.)
NGC6207-Gx-Her (Mag: +11.6) – pretty bright, pretty large & elongated; very faint nucleus, northeast from Messier 13 (M13).
NGC6217-Gx-UMi (Mag: +11.2) – bright & quite large; narrow filaments (Arp185).
NGC6218-GC-Oph (Mag: +6.6) – low concentration of stars; very bright & very large. (Messier 12 /M12.)
NGC6223-Gx-Dra (Mag: +11.9) – faint, small & roundish; bright nucleus.
NGC6229-GC-Her (Mag: +9.4) – high concentration of stars; very bright, large & round.
NGC6231-OC-Sco (Mag: +2.6) – Table of Scorpius, 120 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars. (Caldwell 76 / C76.)
NGC6242-OC-Sco (Mag: +6.4) – 40 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars.
NGC6254-GC-Oph (Mag: +8.0) – medium concentration of stars; very large, round, bright & very well resolved. (Messier 10 / M10.)
NGC6266-GC-Oph (Mag: +6.6) – high concentration of stars; large, very bright & very well resolved. (Messier 62 / M62.)
NGC6273-GC-Oph (Mag: +7.2) – medium concentration of stars; very bright, large & round. (Messier 19 /M19.)
NGC6333-GC-Oph (Mag: +7.9) – medium concentration of stars; bright, round & large. (Messier 9 / M9.)
NGC6340-Gx-Dra (Mag: +11.0) – quite faint, pretty large & round; brightest of three; IC1254.
NGC6341-GC-Her (Mag: +6.5) – high concentration of stars; large & very bright. (Messier 92 / M92.)
NGC6342-GC-Oph (Mag: +11.0) – high concentration of stars; quite bright, pretty small, slightly elongated, extremely rich.
NGC6356-GC-Oph (Mag: +8.2) – high concentration of stars; very bright, quite large & very well resolved.
NGC6388-GC-Sco (Mag: +6.8) – high concentration of stars; very bright, large & round.
NGC6397-GC-Ara (Mag: +5.3) – low concentration of stars; very large & bright. (Caldwell 86 / C86.)
NGC6402-GC-Oph (Mag: +7.6) – bright, very large, round & extremely rich. remarkable object! (Messier 14 / M14.)
NGC6405-OC-Sco (Mag: +4.2) – The Butterfly Cluster; 80 stars, detached, no concentration of stars. (Messier 6 / M6.)
NGC6426-GC-Oph (Mag: +10.9) – low concentration of stars; very faint, quite large & elongated.
NGC6441-GC-Sco (Mag: +7.4) -high concentration of stars; very bright, pretty large & round.
NGC6453-GC-Sco (Mag: +10.2) – high concentration of stars; irregularly round.
NGC6475-OC-Sco (Mag: +3.3) – 80 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars, very large. (Messier 7 / M7.)
NGC6494-OC-Sco (Mag: +5.5) – 150 stars; detached, no concentration of stars. (Messier 23 / M23.)
NGC6503-Gx-Dra (Mag: +10.2) – pretty faint, large & very elongated; bright arms, very small, very bright nucleus.
NGC6515-BN+C-Sgr (Mag: +6.3) – very bright, very large nebula trisected by prominent dark lanes; contains a very bright  & very large open cluster of 60 stars. (Messier 20 / M20.)
NGC6522-Gx-Sgr (Mag: +9.9) – medium concentration of stars; bright, pretty large, round & very well solved.
NGC6523-BN+OC-Sgr (Mag: +5.8) – known as Lagoon Nebula, very large, very bright nebula; contains open cluster NGC6530. most remarkable object. (Messier 8 / M8.) (diagram)
NGC6528-GC-Sgr (Mag: +9.5) – medium concentration of stars; pretty faint & quite small.
NGC6530-OC-Sgr (Mag: +4.6) – 100 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars, involved in the nebulosity of the Lagoon Nebula (M8).
NGC6531-OC-Sgr (Mag: +5.9) – 70 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars. Located NE of M20. (Messier 21 / M21.)
NGC6543-PN-Dra (Mag: +8.3) – Cat’s Eye Nebula, very bright, irregular along disk. (Caldwell 6 / C6.)
NGC6558-GC-Sgr (Mag: +8.6) – pretty bright, pretty large, round, & very well resolved.
NGC6569-GC-Sgr (Mag: +8.4) – medium concentration of stars; quite bright, large & round.
NGC6604-OC-Ser (Mag: +6.5) – 30 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars,involved in nebulosity.
NGC6611-BN+OC-Ser (Mag: +6.0) – large, bright nebula containing open cluster. Known as Star Queen Nebula. (Messier 16 / M16.)
NGC6613-OC-Sgr (Mag: +7.2) – 20 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars. (Messier 18 / M18.)
NGC6618-BN+OC-Sgr (Mag: +7.0) – The Swan Nebula; large & bright with bright open cluster of around 40 stars. (Messier 17 / M17.)
NGC6626-GC-Sgr (Mag: +6.8) – high concentration of stars; very bright, large & very well resolved. (Messier 28 / M28.)
NGC6637–GC-Sgr (Mag: +7.7) – medium concentration of stars; bright, large, round & very well resolved. (Messier 69 / M69.)
NGC6638-GC-Sgr (Mag: +9.2) – medium concentration of stars; pretty bright, pretty large & irregularly round.
NGC6643-Gx-Dra (Mag: +11.1) – pretty bright, pretty large & elongated; very small, bright nucleus.
NGC6652-GC-Sgr (Mag: +8.5) – medium concentration of stars; bright, small & slightly elongated.
NGC6654-Gx-Dra (Mag: +12.0) – pretty bright & pretty large; nucleus looks like a 12th mag star, involved in nebulosity.
NGC6656-GC-Sgr (Mag: +5.1) – medium concentration of stars; very bright, very large, rich & round. (Messier 22 / M22.)
NGC6675-Gx-Lyr (Mag: +12.4) – quite small & pretty bright nucleus.
NGC6681-GC-Sgr (Mag: +7.7) – medium concentration of stars; bright, large & round. (Messier 70 / M70.)
NGC6694-OC-Sct (Mag: +8.0) – 30 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars. (Messier 26 / M26.)
NGC6704-OC-Sct (Mag: +9.2) – 40 stars, strong concentration of stars.
NGC6705-OC-Sct (Mag: +5.8) – The Wild Duck Cluster; around 200 stars, detached, strong concentration. resembles a flight of wild ducks in shape. (Messier 11 / M11.)
NGC6709-OC-Aql (Mag: +6.7) – 40 stars; detached, no concentration of stars. (Caldwell 55 /C55)
NGC6715-GC-Sgr (Mag: +7.7) – high concentration of stars; very bright, large & round. (Messier 54 / M54.)
NGC6720-PN-Lyr (Mag: +8.8) – known also as Smoke Ring or Donut Nebula; bright, pretty large, irregular ring structure, very impresive & stunning object! (Messier 57 / M57.)
NGG6723-GC-Sgr (Mag: +6.8) – medium concentration of stars; very large & well resolved.
NGC6738-OC-Aql (Mag: +8.3) – not well detached; poor open cluster.
NGC6752-GC-Pav (Mag: +5.4) – medium concentration of stars; bright, very large & irregular, fine cluster. (Caldwell 93 / C93.)
NGC6755-OC-Aql (Mag: +7.5) – 100 stars; not well detached from surrounding star field.
NGC6779-GC-Lyr (Mag: +8.2) – low concentration of stars, large & very well resolved at high power. (Messier 56 / M56.)
NGC6781-PN-Aql (Mag: +11.8) – faint, large, irregularly round disk, opposite dark lane from Altair (star).
NGC6793-OC-Vul (Mag: ??) – poor, scattered cluster of bright stars in a fairly rich field.
NGC8600-OC-Vul (Mag: ??) – 100 stars, large bright cluster in a rich Milky Way field.
NGC6802-OC-Vul (Mag: +8.8) – not detached well; bar shaped elongated in the famous Coathanger asterism!
NGC6809-GC-Sgr (Mag: +7.0) – low concentration of stars; pretty bright, large round & very rich. (Messier 56 / M56.)
NGC6818-PN-Sgr (Mag: +10.0) – Little Gem Nebula; bright & very small, ring structure (photo).
NGC6819-OC-Cyg (Mag: +7.3) – 150 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars, small range in brightness & very large.
NGC6820-BN-Vul (Mag: + n/a) – faint, large & irregularly shaped nebula with bright rim & dark clouds; contains an open cluster (NGC 6823).
NGC6822-Gx-Sgr (Mag: +8.8) – Barnard’s Galaxy (IC1308); very faint, large & elongated. (Caldwell 57 /C57.)
NGC6823-OC-Vul (Mag: +7.1) – 30 stars; detached, strong concentration of stars with nebula (NGC6820).
NGC6826-PN-Cyg (Mag: +8.8) – The Blinking Planetary; bright, pretty large, blue-green disk with a bright center. (Caldwell 15 / C15.)
NGC6830-OC-Vul (Mag: +7.9) – 20 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars.
NGC6838-GC-Sgr (Mag: +8.1) – large & very rich, visually an oval with brighter side forming a curving V. (Messier 71 / M71.) (photo: close-up.)
NGC6847-MWP-Vul (Mag: ??) – maybe the open cluster with a faint nebula. (nebula ~ not seen.)
NGC6853-PN-Vul (Mag: 7.3) – Dumbbell Nebula, also known as Hourglass Nebula; very bright & very large, finest planetary nebula! (Messier 27 / M27.) (photo: close-up.)
NGC6864-GC-Sgr (Mag: +9.2) – high concentration of stars, bright, round, pretty large; partially resolved. (Messier 75 / M75.)
NGC6882-OC-Vul (Mag: +8.1) – detached, weak concentration; located immediately NW of the open cluster (NGC6885).
NGC6885-OC-Vul (Mag: +8.1) – 30 stars; detached, no concentration of stars; open cluster (NGC6882) is located immediately to NW. (Caldwell 37 / C37)
NGC6888-BN-Cyg (Mag: +10.0) – Crescent Nebula; faint, very large, very elongated, crescent shaped; double star attached, required OIII filter. (Caldwell 27 / C27.)
NGC6894-PN-Cyg (Mag: + 12.3) – bright and large, round; faint nebulosity within the bright ring.
NGC6910-OC-Cyg (Mag: +7.4) – Gamma Cygnus Nebula; 50 stars, detached, strong concentration of stars.
NGC6913-OC-Cyg (Mag: +6.6) – Cooling Tower; 50 stars, detached, no concentration of stars, large range in brightness, best viewed at low power. (Messier 29 / M29.)
NGC6934-GC-Del (Mag: +8.9) – medium concentration of stars, bright, large, round & very well resolved. (Caldwell 47 / C47)
NGC6940-OC-Vul (Mag: +6.3) – 60 stars; detached, no concentration of stars.
NGC6946-Gx-Cep (Mag: +8.8) – very faint & very large; several massive arms, extremely small, bright nucleus. (Caldwell 12 / C12)
NGC6950-OC-Del (Mag: +??) – scattered group of stars, not easy recognised.
NGC6956-Gx-Del (Mag: +12.5) – brightness of this barred spiral is pretty.
NGC6960-SNR-Cyg (Mag: +7.0) – Veil Nebula (western part). (Caldwell 34 / C34.)
NGC6962-Gx-Aqr (Mag: +12.1) – quite faint, small & roundish; bright nucleus.
NGC6981-GC-Aqr (Mag: +9.4) – low concentration of stars, pretty bright, pretty large, round & very well resolved in large telescopes.
NGC6992-SNR-Cyg (Mag: +7.0) – Veil Nebula (eastern part). (Caldwell 33 / C33)
NGC6994-(n/a)-Aqr (Mag: +9.2) – cluster of three or four little stars; looks like a nebula at first glance by Messier. (Messier 73 / M73.)
NGC6995-SNR-Cyg (Mag: +7.0) – part of Veil Nebula.
NGC7000-BN-CYG (Mag: +4.0) – faint & extremely large; shaped just the continent of North America Nebula (involve cluster – NGC6997). (Caldwell 20 / C20.)
NGC7006-GC-Del (Mag: +10.6) – high concentration of stars; faint, small & round.; very remote globular. (Caldwell 42 / C42.)
NGC7008-PN-Cyg (Mag: 10.7) – beautiful, high structured PN; unusual.
NGC7009-PN-Aqr (Mag: +8.3) – Saturn Nebula; small, & very bright; an oblong, blue-green disk, somewhat resembling Saturn. (Caldwell 55 / C55.)
NGC7023-OC+BN-Cep (Mag: +7.1) – one of the brightest reflection nebulae; contains open cluster.
NGC7052-Gx-Vul (Mag: + 12.4) – bright, elongated, bulging bright core.
NGC7078-GC-Oph (Mag: +7.6) – high concentration of stars; very bright, very large & very well resolved. (Messier 15 / M15.)
NGC7089-GC-Aqr (Mag: +6.5) – high concentration of stars; very bright, very large, very well resolved; very beautiful large & round. (Messier 2 / M2.)
NGC7092-OC-Cyg (Mag: +4.6) – 30 stars; detached, no concentration of stars. (Messier 39 / M39.)
NGC7099-GC-Cap (Mag: +7.5) – medium concentration of stars; bright, large & slightly elongated. (Messier 30 / M30.)
NGC7177-Gx-Peg (Mag: +11.2) – pretty bright, pretty small & round; many filamentary arms. (Photo: close-up.)
NGC7209-OC-Lac (Mag: +7.7) – 25 stars; detached, no concentration of stars; small range in brightness.
NGC7243-OC-Lac (Mag: +6.4) – 40 stars; not well detached from surrounding star field. (Caldwell 16 / C16)
NGC7293-PN-Aqr (Mag: +7.3) – dimly visible in binocular & rich-field telescope at low power. one of the nearest of all planetaries. (Caldwell 46 / C46.)
NGC7317-Gx-Peg (Mag: +13.6) – Stephan’s Quintet.
NGC7318A-Gx-Peg (Mag: +13.4) – Stephan’s Quintet; projects onto arm of NGC7318B.
NGC7318B-Gx-Peg (Mag: +13.1) – Stephan’s Quintet; distorted colliding with NGC7318A.
NGC7319-Gx-Peg (Mag: +13.1) – Stephan’s Quintet; distorted.
NGC7320-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.6) – brightest in Stephan’s Quintet.
NGC7331-Gx-Peg (Mag: +9.5) – bright, pretty large, very elongated; almost edge-on, dust lanes. brightest & in the foreground of a group of galaxies. (for large telescopes; Stephan’s Quinlet lies 0.5° to SSW.) (Caldwell 30 / C30.)
NGC7510-OC-Cep (Mag: +7.9) – 60 stars; detached, weak concentration of stars; fan-shaped, involved in a large faint nebula.
NGC7635-BN-Cas (Mag: +11.0) – Bubble Nebula or Ring Nebula; very faint, large & luminous shell of nebulosity. (Caldwell 11 / C11.)
NGC7662-PN-And (Mag: +8.6) – Blue Snowball Nebula; very bright, pretty small, round. remarkable object! (Caldwell 22 / C22.)
NGC7654-OC-Cas (Mag: +7.7) – Detached, strong concentration of stars. rich sparking group. (Messier 52 / M52.)
NGC7742-Gx-Peg (Mag: +11.6) – quite bright & quite small; with an extremely bright & small nucleus.
NGC7752-Gx-Peg (Mag: + n/a) – disturbed NGC7753.
NGC7753-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.0) – disturbed NGC 7752.
NGC7769-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.0) – pretty faint & small, round; extremely bright nucleus. (disturbed NGC7770 / NGC7771 in Ethos 13mm.)
NGC7770-Gx-Peg (Mag: +13.6) – fairly faint, slightly elongated, brighter core. (disturbed NGC7769 / NGC 7771 in Ethos 13mm.)
NGC7771-Gx-Peg (Mag: +12.3) – fairly bright, lens-shape elongated. (disturbed NGC7769 / NGC7770 in Ethos 13mm.)
NGC7789-OC-Cas (Mag: +8.5) – magnificent cluster!; 300 stars, detached, weak concentration of stars.
NGC7814-Gx-Peg (Mag: +10.6) – quite bright, quite large & elongated; equatorial dust lane, nearly edge-on. (Caldwell 43 / C43.)

Other names

IC1907-Gx-Per (Mag: +14.9) – very very faint – locatation in Abell 426.
Tr1-OC-Cas (Mag: +8.1) – 20 stars, detached, strong concentration; large brightness.
Tr24-OC-Sco (Mag: +8.6) – poor cluster, not well detached; involved with nebula IC4628.
Trapezium-C+BNer-Ori (Mag: +4.7) – Four hot young stars lying near the center of the Orion Nebula (M42).

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