Object: Galaxies NGC 7331 + companions          Constell: PEG

RA: 22h 37.1m (-31)     Decl: +34° 25'          Epoch: 2000
Mag: 9.4m (v)           Size: 10.5'x3.7'        Type: SA(s)b

Observer: Jere Kahanpää
Obs. place: Jyväskylä, Finland
Date/Time: 19./20.9.1993, 22.40-00.10

Telescope: N 205/1000
Magn: 133x              Filter: (Meade LPR)
Field: 22'              NE Lim.mag: 6.0m
Background sky: 2-3     Seeing: 2 
Weather: Very good. A few degrees below 0 °C.

Brightness:             Alt: 60°
Description: The brightest and largest galaxy is NGC 7331.
Almost edge-on, size about 7'x2'. A dust lane along the W edge
was suspected; the edge is sharper than it's eastern
counterpart. Faintly mottled. The mottling is brightest near the
core, and two especially bright brightenings are visible about
1.2' N of the core and 1.5' SE. The galaxy has a mag. 13.5
stellar core. Brightness 2. 

NGC 7337: An extremely faint glow around a mag. 14 stellar core.

NGC 7340: Slightly fainter than -37. Very small (25''). A 14.5m
core in a very faint glow.

NGC 7335: Largest but most difficult of the companions. Am
extremely faint glow. Elliptical (SE-NW). A stellar core
suspected.