400 Herschel Objects
data by A.J. Crayon and Steve Coe

Observations by Steve Coe using a 13" f/5.6 at 100X, unless noted otherwise. The other telescopes I have used over the years are a 4.25" f/4, 8" f/6, 8" f/4.5, 12.5" f/6, 17.5" f/4.5 and an 18" f/6. All these scopes are Newtonian in design. The poorest nights on which I have provided observations are 5/10 which means that the Milky Way is just visible and stars are seen to about 5.5 magnitude naked eye at the zenith. Most of the information is from nights I have rated at least 7/10 when the Milky Way stands out clearly and stars to magnitude 6.0 are easily seen. Some of my most cherished observations are from 9/10 and a few 10/10 spectacular evenings when the Milky Way blazes overhead, Zodiacal Light is a brilliant cone standing on the horizon and stars down to magnitude 6.5 are seen naked eye.

This list of Herschel Objects is from the book Observe the Herschel Catalog. All of the information in this listing comes from the Saguaro Astronomy Club Data Base version 7.2. The columnar information follows normal acceptable information.

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Hershel 400 by Constellation # indicates items per constellation
Andromeda 6 Cancer 1 Corvus 3 Hercules 2 Lynx 3 Puppis 13 Sextans 4
Aquarius 3 Canes Venatici 17 Crater 1 Hydra 5 Monoceros 14 Pyxis 2 Taurus 2
Aquila 3 Canis Major 4 Cygnus 10 Lacerta 3 Ophiuchus 15 Sagittarius 18 Triangulum 1
Aries 1 Cassiopeia 16 Delphinus 3 Leo 23 Orion 8 Scorpius 2 Ursa Major 46
Auriga 6 Cepheus 7 Draco 5 Leo Minor 10 Pegasus 5 Sculptor 3 Ursa Minor 1
Bootes 5 Cetus 13 Eridanus 3 Lepus 1 Perseus 10 Scutum 2 Virgo 50
Camelopardalis 5 ComaBerenices 24 Gemini 10 Libra 1 Pisces 2 Serpens 1 Vulpecula 6

Note: January 2008 change - removed NGC1750, added NGC7814