ObjectTypeMagnificationNotes
NGC 5189Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 5139Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 5128Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 4833Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 4372Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 4361Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 3628Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 3608Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 3607Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 3605Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 3599Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 3195Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 2808Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 2442Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 96Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 95Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 83Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 68Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 66Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 65Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 105Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 104Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 5746Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 4565Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6144Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 4Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6752Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6744Galaxy114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6723Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6541Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6397Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6337Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 5979Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 22Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
M 17Bright Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 7293Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 7009Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6781Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6445Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 6440Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 362Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 346Open Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 330Open Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
NGC 104Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
IC 1295Planetary Nebula114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
K3Globular Cluster114xWaharau Deep Sky Weekend - Autumn 2005 First Night.
 

Dave Brock gave me a new perspective on the Palm DSC's and I was able to operate these without the stylus. A very handy way to use them. I did not set up the computer and used the Palm exclusively all night. I went through 3 9V batteries. Dave Moorhouse and Mark Cannell rectified this on the Saturday by wiring the DSC's to a 12V gell cell, which will give days of power.

Jupiter was really good in the early morning, still skies and a good altitude above the horizon made the detail very apparent A fantasic view of the zodiacal light was had between 3:30 AM & 5:30, when dawn washed it away. It stood over the eastern horizon as a large triangle 30 degrees high through Capricornus. A real treat.

Dave M was the first off to bead and Guy was next off to bed of us hardcore observers. Dave, Alan & Jethro and myself all headed off at dawn at 5:30 AM and missed the partial solar eclipse at 7:30 AM, but you can't have it all.

Saturday night was wet and although it cleared at 1 AM, we flagged it away after last nights marathon.

Unfortunately I took no photos were taken

 
Paul Kemp
13.1" Reflector
Auckland, New Zealand
36° 55' 09 " South, 174° 43' 30" East
-- The Southern Sentinel --