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Old 12-06-2017, 06:36 PM
Tropo-Bob (Bob)
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I had a look tonight with my 100mm Vixen. At 27x, it was easily visible, but has dimmed somewhat. At 50x, it was still visible but not as easily to find and not as distinct when found.

Comet Johnson currently lies about 2 degrees beneath and a little to the north of the very attractive double ADS 9247 (14H23, +8.27). This is the first time I have seen this double, so that was a good, unexpected bonus.
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