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Object reference Size Shape Visual Scale Telescope used
NGC 2435 very small slither
1
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2357 small slither
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2487 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2339 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 2410 very small thin oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2274 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 2365 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2389 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2418 very small circular
<0.5
Skywatcher 10 inch
NGC 2486 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
IC 2193 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2481 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2342 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
IC 2196 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2375 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2275 very small circular
<0.5
Darkstar 14 inch
NGC 2393 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2290 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
IC 2194 very small thin oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
IC 2199 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2289 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2291 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2333 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2388 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2294 very small oval
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2341 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch
NGC 2373 very small circular
<0.5
Meade 16 inch

This table is sorted by visual scale and then size.

Other notes

Best placed during late autumn through to early spring.

Gemini has galactic co-ordinates of approximately 190, 15

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

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