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  Name Other Names Type R.A. Dec. Mag (visual) Page
View NGC1232 PGC11819, ESO547-14, MCG-4-08-032, ESO-LV5470140, (ARP41), IRAS03075-2046 Galaxy - SBc 03h 09m 45.29s -20° 34' 46.4" 9,9 Images
View NGC1399 PGC13418, ESO358-45, MCG-6-09-012, ESO-LV3580450, FCC213, MRC0336-356 Galaxy - E 03h 38m 29.07s -35° 27' 01.2" 9,9 Images
View NGC1549 PGC14757, ESO157-16, ESO-LV1570160 Galaxy - E 04h 15m 45.04s -55° 35' 31.2" 9,9 Images
View NGC1755 Open cluster 04h 55m 14.00s -68° 12' 18.0" 9,9 Images
View NGC1808 PGC16779, ESO305-8, MCG-6-12-005, ESO-LV3050080, IRAS05059-3734, MRC0505-375 Galaxy - SBa 05h 07m 42.52s -37° 30' 47.6" 9,9 Images
View NGC1978 Globular cluster 05h 28m 45.18s -66° 14' 12.8" 9,9 Images
View NGC2972 Open cluster 09h 40m 12.70s -50° 19' 24.0" 9,9 Images
View NGC3077 PGC29146, UGC5398, MCG12-10-017, CGCG333-13, IRAS09592+6858, IRASF09593+6858 Galaxy - Sd 10h 03m 20.46s +68° 44' 01.6" 9,9 Images
View NGC4494 PGC41441, UGC7662, MCG4-30-002, CGCG129-5, GIN784 Galaxy - E 12h 31m 24.17s +25° 46' 28.8" 9,9 Images
View NGC4559 PGC42002, UGC7766, MCG5-30-030, CGCG159-24, IRAS12334+2814 Galaxy - SBc 12h 35m 57.78s +27° 57' 34.9" 9,9 Images
View NGC4753 PGC43671, UGC8009, MCG0-33-016, CGCG15-29, IRAS12498-0055 Galaxy - SO 12h 52m 22.11s -01° 12' 00.3" 9,9 Images
View NGC6342 Globular cluster 17h 21m 10.15s -19° 35' 14.0" 9,9 Images
View NGC6453 Globular cluster 17h 50m 51.79s -34° 35' 54.2" 9,9 Images
View UGC4966 MCG+09-16-005 Galaxy - Sb 09h 22m 12.00s +50° 59' 00.0" 9,9 Images
View NGC103 Open cluster 00h 25m 16.00s +61° 19' 24.0" 9,8 Images
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Although I put as much care as possible, I can't guarantee the data are correct. This website aims to provide a quick access to basic information and images of celestial objects, but should not be used for any serious scientic work (although I know it helped in the discovery of some supernovae!)