Open cluster NGC 3114, the Sliced Onion Galaxy, and irregular galaxy NGC 3448
March 24-31, 2011: Open cluster NGC 3114 makes a nice targets for small-telescope owners, while the Sliced Onion Galaxy and irregular galaxy NGC 3448 await large-telescope owners.
March 24, 2011
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Targets for March 24-31, 2011
Small-telescope: Open cluster NGC 3114
8-inch or larger telescope: Sliced Onion Galaxy
8-inch or larger telescope: Irregular galaxy NGC 3448
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