Object: Galaxies NGC 3413, -24, -30             Constell: LMI

RA: 10h 52.2m (-30)     Decl: +32° 57'          Epoch: 2000
Mag: 11.5m (v)          Size: 4.0'x2.2'         Type: SAB(rs)c

Observer: Jere Kahanpää
Obs. place: Kyyjärvi, Finland
Date/Time: 26./27.3.1993, 23.53

Telescope: N 205/1000
Magn: 126x              Filter:
Field: 30'              NE Lim.mag: 6.3m
Background sky: 1-2     Seeing: 2 

Brightness: see below   Alt:    
Description: A chain of 3 galaxies oriented SW-NE. The brightest
galaxy in the field is NGC 3430: Almost round, moderately

NGC 3424 is an edge-on galaxy 5.5' SW of -30. It was seen as a
thin needle of light, PA 100°. Slightly concentrated. 

NGC 3413 is the faintest with this telescope. It has a small
core which was quite easy with averted vision. The surrounding
glow was extremely faint. PA about 20°? 16' SW of -30.  

The interacting pair NGC 3395-96 is 30' W.