Watch plan for 2005-11-04

The following are astronomical objects that are well positioned for observation with a small telescope around 2005-11-04 in the North hemisphere. The sky maps are what you should see at 1h00 on 2005-11-04 if you look north or south from a 45 latitude. For your convenience I also made print ready PDF maps for the north and south views.

NamemagRAdec
M 15 0.00 21:30:14 1211'36''
NGC 7510 8.70 23:11:45 6036'06''
M 52 6.90 23:24:28 6137'06''
M 31 4.30 00:43:03 4118'13''
NGC 225 7.40 00:43:45 6149'04''
NGC 253 8.00 00:47:51 -2515'21''
NGC 457 6.90 01:20:03 5819'16''
M 103 7.70 01:33:36 6043'56''
M 33 6.20 01:34:10 3041'34''
NGC 663 7.70 01:46:31 6116'53''
NGC 869 5.70 02:19:26 5710'43''
M 34 5.30 02:42:23 4248'36''
Mars -2.30 03:02:40 1615'56''
M 45 1.60 03:47:21 2408'14''
NGC 1502 7.40 04:08:20 6220'57''
NGC 1528 6.80 04:15:51 5114'55''
NGC 1647 6.80 04:46:21 1904'47''
NGC 1664 8.00 04:51:31 4342'39''
NGC 1746 6.10 05:03:57 2349'38''
M 38 6.60 05:29:07 3551'39''
M 1 8.00 05:34:53 2201'14''
M 42 4.00 05:35:34 -522'57''
M 36 6.00 05:36:35 3408'42''
M 37 6.10 05:52:42 3233'21''
M 35 5.30 06:09:15 2420'03''
NGC 2244 5.20 06:32:36 451'58''
NGC 2264 3.90 06:41:25 952'51''
M 41 4.80 06:47:09 -2044'00''
NGC 2281 6.00 06:49:43 4100'37''
NGC 2301 6.30 06:52:06 027'49''
M 47 4.40 07:36:52 -1430'27''
M 46 6.30 07:42:04 -1449'29''
M 93 6.50 07:44:50 -2352'28''
M 48 6.10 08:14:05 -548'46''
M 44 3.40 08:40:43 1938'52''
M 67 7.60 08:51:36 1148'50''
Saturn -0.20 08:53:37 1758'19''

North view

South view


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