Object: Galaxies NGC 7769 & 7771                Constell: PEG

RA: 23h 51.1m           Decl: +20° 09'          Epoch: 2000
Mag: 12.8m (p)/12.3m(v) Size: 1.7x1.6'/2.5'x1'  Type: SA(rs)b
                                                      /SB(s)a
Observer: Jere Kahanpää
Obs. place: Helsinki, Finland
Date/Time: 18./19.9.1996, 00.55 

Telescope: C 200/2000
Magn: 160x              Filter:
Field: 19'              NE Lim.mag: 5.5m
Background sky: 3       Seeing: 2 
Weather: +8 °C, no Moon. Good.     

Brightness: 4,4         Alt: 50°
Description: Two faint but easy galaxies. The preceding is NGC
7769. It's a bit easier due to a very bright nucleus (mag
11.5m). The outer parts are much fainter. Diam. about 1'.

Ngc 7771: "A standard spiral". Size 2.3'x0.6'. Somwhat
concentrated and strongly flattened W-E. 

The third NGC gaalxy in the field (7770) was not seen.