Object: Stephan's Quintet NGC 7320 ++           Constell: PEG

RA: 22h 36.1m           Decl: +33° 56'          Epoch: 2000
Mag:                    Size:                   Type: 

Observer: Jere Kahanpää
Obs. place: Jyväskylä, Finland
Date/Time: 19./20.9.1993, 0.15-0.40

Telescope: N 205/1000
Magn: 133x              Filter:
Field: 22'              NE Lim.mag: 6.0m
Background sky: 2-3     Seeing: 2 
Weather: Very good!                

Brightness:             Alt: 60°
Description: NGC 7320: The brightest in the group but not the
easiest due to low surface brightness. Elliptical, about
1,5'x1'. (12.6m (v), 2,2'x1,1', Sd) Brightness 5.

NGC 7317 the first to be seen, faintly visible at 63x. Very
close to a 12m star. Round, slightly concentrated. Brightness
4.(13.6m (v), 1,1'x1,1', E) 

NGC 7318/B: First seen as a concentrated 1.5'x1' glow. Higher
Sf.Br. than -20. The nucleus is a it offset towards W and there
is a vS brightening in the E parts. 
NGC 7318 A: (13.4m (v), 0.9', E2p, Br4)
NGC 7318 B: (13.9m (b), 1.9'x1.2', Sbcp, Br5) 

Four of five galaxies were visible. The last one (-19) is the
faintest one and I've never heard it mentioned to be visible
with a 8-incher. 2 additional inches should do the job.