Object: Galaxies NGC 4291, 4319 and qso MRK 205 Constell: DRA

RA: 12h 21.73m (-19)    Decl: +75° 19.5'        Epoch: 2000
Mag: 12.8m(p)/11.4m(v)  Size: 3'x2.3'/1.9x1.6'  Type: SB(r)ab/E
                                             (-19/-91)
Observer: Jere Kahanpää
Obs. place: Hartola, Finland
Date/Time: 19./20.4.1995, 00.00

Telescope: N 205/1000
Magn: 133x              Filter:
Field: 22'              NE Lim.mag: 6.0m
Background sky: 2       Seeing: 2 
Weather: Good. +0 °C, no Moon.     

Brightness: 3, 3, 5     Alt:    
Description: Two quite bright galaxies, both quite easy but
small at 40x. 
NGC 4291: A typical elliptical galaxy; Strongly concentrated
towards a non-stellar core. 1.2'x0.9'. Core almost round.

NGC 4319: About as bright as -91. Round, diam 1.5'. Slightly
concentrated towards a mag. 15 stellar nucleus. 

Quasar Markarian 205: A stellar mag. 15 point a bit off the S
edge of NGC 4319. Difficult but clearly visible with averted
vision.