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Object reference Size Shape Visual Scale Telescope used
NGC 224 large thin oval
5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 221 medium circular
3
TAL 1
NGC 205 large oval
2
Skywatcher 130
NGC 404 small circular
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 536 very small oval
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 529 very small circular
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 97 very small circular
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 891 large slither
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 7640 medium slither
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 818 very small oval
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 753 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 80 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 679 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 108 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 846 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 214 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 393 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 982 very small oval
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 687 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 252 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 83 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 513 very small oval
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 7831 very small slither
TAL 150P

This table is sorted by visual scale and then size.

Galaxy groupings

NGC 80 / NGC 83 - 0.5/0.5 - matched pair of circular objects

Other notes

Best placed from late summer to mid winter.

Andromeda has galactic co-ordinates of approximately 120, -20.

So when you look at this constellation you are looking slightly below the galactic plane under the Perseus spiral arm of our galaxy.

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