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Object reference Size Shape Visual Scale Telescope used
NGC 890 very small circular
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 777 very small circular
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 949 very small oval
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 1060 very small circular
1
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 978A very small circular
1
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 661 very small circular
1
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 925 large oval
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 672 medium oval
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 684 small slither
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 669 small slither
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 974 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 855 very small oval
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 670 very small oval
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 807 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 969 very small oval
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 736 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 750 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 783 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 785 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 987 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 940 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch

This table is sorted by visual scale and then size.

Other notes

Best placed from late summer to mid winter.

Triangulum has galactic co-ordinates of approximately 140, -30.

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

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