## [AZ-Observing] Re: Boy, am I sorry I started this thread, Marathon

• From: <rtejera@xxxxxxxxxxx>
• To: <az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
• Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 12:42:05 -0500

```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

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> Tom,
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> 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?
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> Rick
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> 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.
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> 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?
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> Tom
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