This list should have been included in the one sent earlier, but was overlooked. So far none have been submitted for objects in this list. Please give these priority over the ones in the earlier e-mail. Let's take a second trip to the Twins, Gemini, for April. We will have a nice variety of deep sky types for our viewing pleasure. The first is IC 444, a bright nebula with a mag 9.5 star involved. Next is the cluster NGC2304, which is pretty large. How many stars do you see and what Trumpler classification would you give? This is followed up with NGC2355, another cluster, which is about twice as large as the prior cluster. How do these two compare? Continuing with the open cluster theme is NGC2395 and is even larger and brighter than the prior two. Do you agree? Next is the planetary nebula PK 205+14.1 also known as Abell 21 or the Medusa Nebula. It is large and has a low surface brightness. Try using a UHC. Finally is the open cluster NGC2420 that is pretty rich, meaning how many stars do you see? Note all of the open clusters are entries on the Herschel 400 list. Yes, some of these selections will be a challenge and will be worth the effort. Enjoy your observations. AJ Crayon Phoenix, AZ -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.