Just Checked Paul's Book online. Although he is quoted as saying there = are 112 object (the aforementioned Double Cluster & Siamese twins) he = lists only the Siamese twins as a double object. If you count, there are = 111 objects not counting NGC 4568, the second half of the Siamese twins. = Pot-ay-to, Po-tah-to Tom-ay-to, Tom-ah to.=20 Rick=20 -----Original Message----- From: Jones, Jack (AZ75) [mailto:jack.jones@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 10:08 AM To: 'az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx' Subject: [AZ-Observing] Re: Boy, am I sorry I started this thread, Marathon Got caught by overquoting. Isn't it the Veil and Double Cluster listed separately? The Siamese Twins are two objects listed as one, therefore = there are 111 on the list. Don't have Paul's book around to get his = explanation. Good thing to get ironed out before the Marathon haha. Jack =3DSee Rick's first post, 2nd para for the answer to that. If you count = your objects you will find 111.=20 =3D(Think double clusters and veils!) Anyway you are supposed to be = working on my second request,=20 =3Dare you not? (EVACaThon 200!) =3DJack >=20 > Tom, >=20 > The Double Cluster & the Siamese Twins are listed separately,=20 > but are =3D > counted as one object, thus the 112. I agree, that the two=20 > planetaries =3D > will make a complete score pretty much impossible. Could make=20 > for a fin =3D > night, though, dontcha think? >=20 > Rick >=20 >=20 >=20 > It looks like the presence of both NGC 6818 and NGC 7293 on=20 > that list is =3D > going prevent anybody from getting all 110 Best of the NGC=20 > objects in a =3D > single night. Still, I think Rick has found a date where all but a = =3D > couple of them would be visible. >=20 > Jack, I downloaded the list of 110 objects from the SAC site.=20 > What are =3D > the other two that bring the list up to 112 objects? >=20 > Tom >=20 -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and = please=20 send personal replies to the author, not the list. -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.