NGC/IC Project Restoration Effort
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Location and Magnitude
Right Ascension: 9:33:10.9
Visual Magnitude: 8.3
Discoverer: Herschel J.
Year of discovery: 1837
Discovery aperture: 18.3
Summary description: Cl, pRi, pC, D * taken
NGC 2925. JH's position refers to a double star southeast of the center of
the cluster. But there is apparently a further +20 time-second error in his
RA which puts his position nearly half a minute east of our modern ones.
14" (4/3/16 - Coonabarabran, 142x and 184x): scattered cluster with 60+ stars mag 8.5 and fainter in a 10' region. The brightest stars roughly define the outline, including mag 8.5 HD 82812 at the west end. On the south side is HJ 4221, a 9.4/9.9 pair at 15" and three mag 9-10 stars are on the east side. Mag 7.7 HD 82737 lies 13' SW.