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Call for Observations Ursa Major Richard Harshaw NGC 3184 8-inch SCT at 65x. It is large, faint and grainy. There is a sharp nucleus. The axis runs SE/NW. There is an 11 mag star on the N side. This galaxy has churned out supernovae about as fast as a popcorn popper at a theater. It was host to SN 1921B, 1921C, 1937F, and 1991gi (Type IIp). NGC 3198 8-inch SCT at 65x. Faint, it has a NE to SW axis. A faint triangle of stars lies 20' E. Rich field. This galaxy produced supernova 1966J and 1999bw (type IIn). NGC 2639 8-inch SCT at 65x. This looks like a faint, fuzzy star, elongated NW-SE. It has a starlike nucleus and lies 16' NNE of 8.5 mag SAO 26972. 11-inch SCT at 193x. An oval haze without a nucleus just W of a 3-star chain. This is a Seyfert galaxy and it lies in a field of ten (10) quasars! NGC 2787 8-inch SCT at 65x. It has an oval shape (E-W) with a bright starlike nucleus. There is a 12 mag star about 5' S. This is a Seyfert galaxy and it harbors a black hole at its core. NGC 3310 8-inch SCT at 65x. Small, but bright, it lies just SW of 5.5 mag SAO 27724. It has a bright, distinct nucleus with a short halo. Some observers report a triangular shape, but I cant verify that. This galaxy is a radio source. SN 1991N (type Ic) was detected in this galaxy. NGC 3488 11-inch SCT at 127x. Narrow band filter. Small but not quite stellar nucleus and a splotchy halo. Very faint star on the S end.