Technical details of the AAT plates used to make the AAT series of colour pictures

AAT Object ID, descriptionPosition,ConstellationAATEmulsion/filter Exp.UT dateObserver,Original RGB CopyrightArchive digital  
ref# J2000  Platemins photo-Cibachromecreationimages direct from  
  RA/Dec Numberscombination  processmadedateB&W film positives  
1The AAT19/7/06
TEMP2_2
2AAT dome etc.  22/10/06 
           TEMP2_4 
3AAT console  16/9/06 
TEMP2_2
4aThe prime focus cage and an observer 197614/9/05 
TEMP2_2
4bThe prime focus cage and an older observer 199114/9/05 
TEMP2_2
4cThe AAT prime focus and CCD observer Mar-9714/9/05 
TEMP2_2
4dThe AAT prime focus and displaced observer Jul-0014/9/05 
TEMP2_2
5Star trails in the SW, behind the AAT dome6h  14/9/05 
TEMP2_2
6South celestial pole star trails over AAT dome9.5h  (19/07/06) 
TEMP2_2
7NGC 5128, Centaurus A, a radio galaxy13 25.5 Centaurus2472IIIa-J/Bj85m1986-05-31DFM6/8/87198724/8/06 
(from second series plates)–43 01 2462IIIa-F/Vf90m1986-05-30RMS(2nd seriesB1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s
2541IIIa-F/RG 61080m1987-06-01DFMplates)TEMP2_2
7NGC 5128, Centaurus A, a radio galaxy  1823IIa-O/GG 38540m1980-03-16DFM8/4/801980Not necessary 
(from first series plates, poor seeing)1664IIa-D/GG 49545m1979-03-01RMS(1st seriesPoor plates
1663098-04/RG 61050m1979-03-01DFMplates) 
7aNGC 5128, Centaurus A, wide field13 25.5 Centaurus2472IIIa-J/Bj85m1986-05-31DFMDigital only200024/8/06 
(from second series plates)–43 01 2462IIIa-F/Vf90m1986-05-30RMSB5 V5 R5, 8 x 10s
2541IIIa-F/RG 61080m1987-06-01DFM
8NGC 5236, the spiral galaxy M8313 37.0Hydra2389IIa-O/GG 38530m1985-05-14DFM4/7/851985B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s + 
–29 522390IIa-D/GG 49530m1985-05-14DFMB3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s
2391098-04/RG 61035m1985-05-14DFM25/8/06, combo
8aNGC 5236, the spiral galaxy M8313 37.0Hydra2389IIa-O/GG 38530m1985-05-14DFMDigital only1999B5 V5 R5, 8 x 10s 
–29 522390IIa-D/GG 49530m1985-05-14DFMinc AAT 8 (above)
2391098-04/RG 61035m1985-05-14DFM26/8/06 combo
9NGC 3372, the Great Carina nebula10 43.8Carina2361IIa-O/GG 38515m1985-01-21DFM7/8/791979B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–59 522362IIa-D/GG 49515m1985-01-21DFM28/8/06
2363098-04/OG 61015m1985-01-21DFMTEMP2_2
10NGC 3923, open cluster of stars10 35.8Carina2732AIIa-O/GG 3855m1991-02-18DFM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–58 14 2733AIIa-D/GG 4955m1991-02-18DFM29/8/06
2734A098-04/RG 6105m1991-02-18DFMTEMP2_2
10aNGC 3923, open cluster of stars10 35.8Carina2732AIIa-O/GG 3855m1991-02-18DFMDigital only2001B3 V3 R3, 5 x 7s 
–58 14 2733AIIa-D/GG 4955m1991-02-18DFM5/11/07
2734A098-04/RG 6105m1991-02-18DFMTEMP2_19
11NGC 6302, a planetary nebula17 13.7Scorpius1394Vericolor neg45m1977-04-17DFM 1977  
  –37 06   /GG385   
12NGC 6514, M20, the Trifid nebula–23 02Sagittarius2622IIa-O/GG 38535m1989-08-25DLJ 1990B1 V1 R1, 8x 10s 
18 02.3 2623IIa-D/GG 49530m1989-08-25DLJ30/8/06
    2624098-04/OG 61030m1989-08-25DLJ TEMP2_2
12aNGC 6514, M20, the Trifid nebula–23 02Sagittarius2622IIa-O/GG 38535m1989-08-25DLJDigital only2000B1 V1 R1, 8x 10s 
18 02.32623IIa-D/GG 49530m1989-08-25DLJ31/8/06
2624098-04/OG 61030m1989-08-25DLJTEMP2_1
13The Cone nebula in the NGC 2264 cluster06 41.5Monoceros1774IIa-O/GG 38530m1979-12-20DFM-USM22/1/801980B6 V6 R6a, 8 x 10s 
+09 251775IIa-D/GG 49530m1979-12-20DFM-USM4/9/06
2302IIIa F/RG 63090m1984-02-03DFM-USMTEMP2_1
14NGC 2264 and nebulosity near S Mon.06 41.3Monoceros1774IIa-O/GG 38530m1979-12-20DFM11/2/801980B6 V6 R6a, 8 x 10s 
+09 121775IIa-D/GG 49530m1979-12-20DFM4/9/06
2302IIIa F/RG 63090m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_1
14aNGC 2264 and nebulosity near S Mon.06 41.3Monoceros1774IIa-O/GG 38530m1979-12-20DFMDigital only1999B6 V6 R6a, 8 x 10s 
+09 121775IIa-D/GG 49530m1979-12-20DFM4/9/06
2302IIIa F/RG 63090m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_1
14bThe Fox Fur nebula and S Monocerotis06 41.3Monoceros1774IIa-O/GG 38530m1979-12-20DFMDigital only1999B6 V6 R6a, 8 x 10s 
+09 121775IIa-D/GG 49530m1979-12-20DFM4/9/06
2302IIIa F/RG 63090m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_1
15NGC 7293, the Helix, a planetary nebula22 29.6Aquarius1725IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-08-23DFM23/1/801980B4 V4 R6m 4 x 5s 
–20 48 1724IIa-D/GG 49535m1979-08-23DFM8/9/06
1636 IIIa F/RG 63090m1978-07-30DFM-USMTEMP2_1
15aNGC 7293, the Helix, a planetary nebula,\r\n22 29.6Aquarius1725IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-08-23DFMDigital only2000B2 V2 R2, 8 x 10s 
wide field, no unsharp mask–20 481724IIa-D/GG 49535m1979-08-23DFM8/9/06
1636 IIIa F/RG 63090m1978-07-30DFMTEMP2_1
15bNGC 7293, the Helix, no unsharp mask,\r\n22 29.6Aquarius1725IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-08-23DFM-PADigital only2000B5 V5 R8, 8 x 10s 
wide field, deep–20 481724IIa-D/GG 49535m1979-08-23DFM-PA9/9/06
1636 IIIa F/RG 63090m1978-07-30DFM-PATEMP2_1
15cNGC 7293, the Helix,22 29.6Aquarius1725IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-08-23DFMDigital only2006B2 V2 R2, 8 x 10s 
no unsharp mask, cropped as AAT 15–20 481724IIa-D/GG 49535m1979-08-23DFM8/9/06
1636 IIIa F/RG 63090m1978-07-30DFMTEMP2_1
16NGC 2359, nebula around a Wolf-Rayet star. \r\n07 18.6Canis Major1669IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-03-19DFM7/8/791979B4 V4 R4, 8 x 10s 
–13 12 1668IIa-D/GG 49535m1979-03-19DFM10/9/06
1667098-04/RG 63035m1979-03-19DFMTEMP2_1
17NGC 2997, a spiral galaxy 09 45.6Antlia1782IIa-O/GG 38530m1979-12-21DC11/1/801980B6 V6 R6, 4 x 5s 
–31 11 1783IIa-D/GG 49525m1979-12-21DC10/9/06
1784098-04/RG 61040m1979-12-21DCTEMP2_19
17aNGC 2997, a spiral galaxy, wide field09 45.6Antlia1782IIa-O/GG 38530m1979-12-21DCDigital only1999B6 V6 R6, 4 x 5s 
–31 11 1783IIa-D/GG 49525m1979-12-21DC10/9/06
1784098-04/RG 61040m1979-12-21DCTEMP2_1
18NGC 6611, star cluster and M16 nebula18 18.8Serpens2485IIa-O/GG 38518m1986-06-03RLS-USM6/9/791979B1 V1 R2m, 8 x 10 +70% 
–13 47 2486IIa-D/GG 49518m1986-06-03RLS-USM(1st seriesaat047. 27/1/07
2487098-04/RG 61024m1986-06-03RLS-USMplates)TEMP2_8
18aNGC 6611, star cluster and M16 nebula, wide field18 18.8Serpens2485IIa-O/GG 38518m1986-06-03RLS-USMDigital only2000B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10 +40% 
–13 47 2486IIa-D/GG 49518m1986-06-03RLS-USMaat047. 27/1/07
2487098-04/RG 61024m1986-06-03RLS-USMTEMP2_8
19NGC 1976, M42 and M43, the Orion nebula05 35.4Orion1651IIa-O/GG 3855m1979-02-01DFM-USM8/2/791979B7 V7 R7 
–05 27 1650IIa-D/GG 4955m1979-02-01DFM-USM8 x 10s, 30/11/2006
1649098-04/RG 6305m1979-02-01DFM-USMTEMP2_4
19aM42 and M43, the Orion nebula, wide field05 35.4Orion1651IIa-O/GG 3855m1979-02-01DFM-USMDigital only1999B1V1R7+B7V7R7 
–05 271650IIa-D/GG 4955m1979-02-01DFM-USM8 x 10s, 22/9/2006
1649098-04/RG 6305m1979-02-01DFM-USMTEMP2_3\r\n
19b M42 and M43, the Orion nebula,05 35.4Orion1651IIa-O/GG 3855m1979-02-01DFMDigital only1999B3 V3 R3 
no unsharp mask–05 271650IIa-D/GG 4955m1979-02-01DFM23/9/06
1649098-04/RG 6305m1979-02-01DFMTEMP2_3
19cM42 and M43, in the Orion nebula05 35.4Orion1651IIa-O/GG 3855m1979-02-01DFM-USMDigital only2006B1 V1 R7, 8 x 10s 
–05 271650IIa-D/GG 4955m1979-02-01DFM-USM22/9/06
1649098-04/RG 6305m1979-02-01DFM-USMTEMP2_3
20NGC 6589–90 reflection nebulae in Sagittarius18 16.9Sagittarius1895IIa-O/GG 38535m1980-07-17DFM10/11/801980B3 V3 R5m, 8 x 10s 
–19 46 1894IIa-D/GG 49530m1980-07-17DFM28/9/06
1893098-04/RG 61040m1980-07-17DFMTEMP2_3
20aNGC 6589–90 reflection nebulae in Sagittarius18 16.9Sagittarius1895IIa-O/GG 38535m1980-07-17DFMDigital only2006B3 V3 R5m, 8 x 10s
wide field–19 461894IIa-D/GG 49530m1980-07-17DFM28/9/06
1893098-04/RG 61040m1980-07-17DFMTEMP2_3
21 NGC 6164-5, a nebula around a hot star16 34.0Norma1878IIa-O/GG 38530m1980-07-16DFM22/1/811981B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
–48 06 1879IIa-D/GG 47530m1980-07-16DFM30/9/06
1880098-04/RG 63035m1980-07-16DFMTEMP2_3
22NGC 6520 open cluster and Barnard 86 18 03.4Sagittarius1881IIa-O/GG 38525m1980-07-16DFM5/11/801980B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–27 54 1882IIa-D/GG 49525m1980-07-16DFM5/12/06
1883098-04/RG 61030m1980-07-16DFMTEMP2_4
23 NGC 253, an edge-on spiral galaxy00 47.6Sculptor1040IIa-O/GG 38525m1975-10-06KCF-USM3/7/801980B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
–25 171041IIa-D/GG 49525m1975-10-06KCF-USM5/12/06
1039098-04/RG 63025m1975-10-06KCF-USMTEMP2_4
24IC 2220, the Toby Jug nebula07 56.8Carina1807IIa-O/GG 38540m1980-02-20DFM8/4/801980B2, V2, R2, 4 x 5s 
–59 07 1806IIa-D/GG 49535m1980-02-20DFM15/12/06
1805098-04/RG 63035m1980-02-20DFMTEMP2_4
25NGC 4755, the Jewel Box open cluster12 53.6Crux2732BIIa-O/GG 3855m1991-02-18DFM16/11/831983B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
-60 20 2733BIIa-D/GG 4955m1991-02-18DFM29/8/06
2734B098-04/RG 6106m1991-02-18DFMTEMP2_1
26NGC 6822, a galaxy in the Local Group19 44.9Sagittarius2054IIa-O/GG 38530m1981-09-29DFM-PA18/2/821982B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
–14 482053IIa-D/GG 49530m1981-09-29DFM-PA15/12/06
2052098-04/RG 63040m1981-09-29DFM-PATEMP2_4
27Faint nebulosity around NGC 6164–65 16 34.0Norma1878IIa-O/GG 38530m1980-07-16DFM-PA5/1/841984B5 V5 R5, 8 x 10s 
–48 06 1879IIa-D/GG 47530m1980-07-16DFM-PA2/10/06
1880098-04/RG 63035m1980-07-16DFM-PATEMP2_3
28The Milky Way in SagittariusSagittarius Ektachrome 90m DFM  From VG scan 23 
(400 ISO)15/12/06
TEMP2_4
29The Trapezium stars in the Orion nebula (short 05 35.4Orion2714AIIa-O/GG 3851m1990-12-15DFM-USM29/1/801980B3 V3 R4, 4 x 5s 
exposures)–05 272715AIIa-D/GG 4951m1990-12-15DFM-USM17/12/06
2716A098-04/RG 6301.25m1990-12-15DFM-USMTEMP2_5
29aThe Trapezium stars in the Orion nebula05 35.4Orion1651IIa-O/GG 3855m1990-12-15DFM-USMDigital only2006B6 V6 O6, 4 x 5s 
(short exposure Unsharp mask 1)–05 271650IIa-D/GG 4955m1990-12-15DFM-USM17/12/06
1649098-04/RG 6305m1990-12-15DFM-USMTEMP2_5
29bThe Trapezium stars in the Orion nebula05 35.4Orion1651IIa-O/GG 3855m1990-12-15DFM-USMDigital only2006B8 V8 R8, 4 x 5s 
(short exposure Unsharp mask 1)–05 271650IIa-D/GG 4955m1990-12-15DFM-USM17/12/06
1649098-04/RG 6305m1990-12-15DFM-USMTEMP2_5
30Stars in NGC 6514, the Trifid nebula, M2018 02.3Sagittarius2555AIIa-O/GG 3853m1987-06-02DFM31/7/861986B1 V1 R2, 4 x 5s 
–23 02 2556AIIa-D/GG 4953m1987-06-02DFM29/8/06
2467B098-04/RG 6103.5m1986-05-30DFMTEMP2_1
30aStars in NGC 6514, the Trifid nebula, M2018 02.3Sagittarius2555AIIa-O/GG 3853m1987-06-02DFMDigital only2006B1 V1 R2, 4 x 5s 
intermediate (called aat30 on DVD)–23 02 2556AIIa-D/GG 4953m1987-06-02DFM29/8/06
2467B098-04/RG 6103.5m1986-05-30DFMTEMP2_1
31The Hourglass nebula in Messier 818 03.8Sagittarius2465AIIa-O/GG 3853m1986-05-30DFM-USM31/7/861986No digital version 
(photographic version)–24 232466BIIa-D/GG 4953m1986-05-30DFM-USM
2467A098-04/RG 6104m1986-05-30DFM-USM
31The Hourglass nebula in Messier 818 03.8Sagittarius2465AIIa-O/GG 3853m1986-05-30DFM-USMDigital only2001B2 V4 R3, 4 x 5s 
(digital version)–24 232853IIa-D/GG 4951m1993-03-31DFM-USM19/12/06
2467A098-04/RG 6104m1986-05-30DFM-USMTEMP2_5
31aNGC 6530 and the Hourglass nebula in M818 03.8Sagittarius2851BIIa-O/GG 3851m1993-03-31DFM-USMDigital only2001B1 V1 R2, 4 x 5s 
–24 232853IIa-D/GG 4951m1993-03-31DFM-USM20/12/06
2852B098-04/RG 6301m1993-03-31DFM-USMTEMP2_5
32The Keyhole nebula and Eta Carinae10 43.8Carina2361IIa-O/GG 38515m1985-01-21DFM-USM8/3/841984B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
–59 522362IIa-D/GG 49515m1985-01-21DFM-USM20/12/06
2363098-04/RG 61015m1985-01-21DFM-USMTEMP2_5
33 Henize 70 nebula in the LMC05 43.4Dorado2190IIa-O/GG 38525m1983-01-17DFM-PA12/3/811981B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
–67 532192IIa-D/GG 49725m1983-01-17DFM-PA24/12/06
2191098-04/RG 61025m1983-01-17DFM-PATEMP2_5
33a Henize 70 nebula in the LMC, wide field05 43.4Dorado2190IIa-O/GG 38525m1983-01-17DFM-PADigital only2001B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
–67 532192IIa-D/GG 49725m1983-01-17DFM-PA24/12/06
2191098-04/RG 61025m1983-01-17DFM-PATEMP2_5
34The NGC 1973, 75, 77 reflection nebula05 35.4Orion2189IIa-O/GG 38515m1983-01-17DFM3/2/831983B2 V3 R1, 8 x 10 
–04 41 2188IIa-D/GG 49515m1983-01-17DFM26/12/06
2187098-04/RG 61015m1983-01-17DFMTEMP2_5
34aThe NGC 1973, 75, 77 reflection nebula05 35.4Orion2189IIa-O/GG 38515m1983-01-17DFMDigital only1999B2 V3 R1, 8 x 10 
(square field)–04 41 2188IIa-D/GG 49515m1983-01-17DFM26/12/06
2187098-04/RG 61015m1983-01-17DFMTEMP2_5
35NGC 2264 cluster in the Rosette nebula06 41.1Monoceros1798IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-12-25DFM6/1/841984B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
+09 53 1799IIa-D/GG 47530m1979-12-25DFM26/12/06
1800098-04/RG 63040m1979-12-25DFMTEMP2_5
35aNGC 2264 cluster in the Rosette nebula06 41.1Monoceros1798IIa-O/GG 38535m1979-12-25DFMDigital only1999B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
wide field.+09 53 1799IIa-D/GG 47530m1979-12-25DFM26/12/06
1800098-04/RG 63040m1979-12-25DFMTEMP2_6
36NGC 2023 and the Horsehead nebula05 41.5Orion2292IIa-O/GG 38525m1984-02-02DFM8/3/841984B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–02 322291IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-02DFM1/1/07
2290098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-02DFMTEMP2_6
36aNGC 2023 and the Horsehead nebula 05 41.5Orion2292IIa-O/GG 38525m1984-02-02DFMDigital only1999B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
(wider, square format)–02 32 2291IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-02DFM1/1/07
2290098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-02TEMP2_6
36bStructure in the Horsehead nebula05 41.5Orion2292IIa-O/GG 38525m1984-02-02DFMDigital only2006B1 V1 R2, 8 x 10s 
–02 322291IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-02DFM30/12/06
2290098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-02DFMTEMP2_6
37 Eta Carina nebula and Trumpler 1410 44.6Carina2361IIa-O/GG 38515m1985-01-21DFM-USM21/5/841984B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
–59 392362IIa-D/GG 49515m1985-01-21DFM-USM23/12/06
2363098-04/RG 61015m1985-01-21DFM-USMTEMP2_5
38NGC 3576 and NGC 3603 in Carina11 13 .5Carina2306IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-03DFM9/3/841984B1 V1 R1, 8 x10s 
–61 19 2307IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-03DFM2/1/07
2308098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_6
38aNGC 3576 and NGC 3603 in Carina11 13 .5Carina2306IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-03DFMDigital only2000B1 V1 R2, 8 x 10s 
–61 19 2307IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-03DFM2/1/07
2308098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_6
39The loops of NGC 357611 11.8Carina2306IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-03DFM9/3/841984B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–61 232307IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-03DFM8/1/07
2308098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_6
40NGC 3603 cluster and nebulosity11 15.1Carina2306IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-03WDP 1986B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–61 152307IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-03DFM8/1/07
2308098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-03DFMTEMP2_6
41NGC 4027, a Magellanic-type spiral galaxy11 59.5Corvus2083IIa-O/GG 38515m1982-01-23DAH19/2/821982B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–61 152084IIa-D/GG 49515m1982-01-23DAH11/1/07
2085098-04/RG 63020m1982-01-23DAHTEMP2_6
41aNGC 4027, and its dwarf companions11 59.5Corvus2083IIa-O/GG 38515m1982-01-23DAHDigital only2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–61 152084IIa-D/GG 49515m1982-01-23DAH11/1/07
2085098-04/RG 63020m1982-01-23DAHTEMP2_6
42Hodge 11, a globular cluster in the LMC06 14.4Dorado2018IIa-O/GG 38510m1981-02-04DFM12/3/811981B5 V5 R5, 4 x 5s 
–69 492019IIa-D/GG 49510m1981-02-04DFM11/1/07
2020098-04/RG 63015m1981-02-04DFMTEMP2_6
43 IC 5152, a nearby irregular galaxy22 02.9Indus2119IIa-O/GG 38515m1982-08-10No10/2/831983B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
–51 172120IIa-D/GG 49515m1982-08-10Info11/1/07
2121098-04/RG 63020m1982-08-10TEMP2_7
44NGC 2070, the Tarantula nebula and 30 Doradus05 38.1Dorado2311IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-05DFM12/3/841984B1 V1 R4, 8 x 10 + 
–69 142312IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-05DFM40% aat044m, 11/1/07
2310098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-05DFMTEMP2_7
44mAround NGC 2070, the Tarantula nebula05 38.1Dorado2311IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-05DFMdigital 2007B3 V3 R5, 8 x 10s 
Intermediate, unsharp-masked version–69 142312IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-05DFMintermediate11/1/07
Not for publication2310098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-05DFMTEMP2_7
44aAround NGC 2070, the Tarantula nebula, wide field05 38.1Dorado2311IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-05DFMDigital only2007B1 V1 R4, 8 x 10 + 
–69 142312IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-05DFM40% aat044m, 11/1/07
2310098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-05DFMTEMP2_7
45The Humunculus nebula - Eta Carinae10 45Carina2285Vericolor film,1m (AAT/f8)1984-01-24DFM 1985From scanned print 
–59 41no filter23/1/2007 on TEMP2_7
46The tail of HalleyÕs comet, December, 198523 53.5Pisces2429IIa-O/GG 38520m1985-12-09DFM12/12/851985B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
+07 282428IIa-D/GG 49515m1985-12-09DFM23/1/07
2427098-04/RG 61020m1985-12-09DFMTEMP2_8
47NGC 6611 and the dust lanes in M1618 18.8Serpens2485IIa-O/GG 38518m1986-06-03RLS-USM  B2 V2 R3, 4 x 5s 
–13 502486IIa-D/GG 49518m1986-06-03RLS-USM27/1/07
2487098-04/OG 61024m1986-06-03RLS-USMTEMP2_8
48Tarantula nebula in the LMC, with supernova 1987A05 38.1Dorado2521IIa-O/GG 38520m1987-03-08RMS11/3/871987B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10 + 40% 
–69 152522IIa-D/GG 49515m1987-03-08RMSaat044m, 18/1/07
2523098-04/RG 61020m1987-03-08RMSTEMP2_7
48aSupernova 1987A, with precursor image overlaid05 35.4Dorado2521IIa-O/GG 38520m1987-03-08RMS11/3/871987B1, V1, R1, 8 x 10s, 
–69 162522IIa-D/GG 49515m1987-03-08RMSoverlay Pl 2312. 22/1/07
2523098-04/RG 61020m1987-03-08RMSTEMP2_7
2312IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-05DFM
48bSupernova 1987A, the star, in March 198705 35.4Dorado2521IIa-O/GG 38520m1987-03-08RMS  B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–69 162522IIa-D/GG 49515m1987-03-08RMS22/1/07
2523098-04/RG 61020m1987-03-08RMSTEMP2_7
49The Tarantula nebula, before SN1987A05 38.1Dorado2311IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-05DFM12/3/871987V4 V4 R6, 8 x 10, + 40% 
–69 152312IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-05DFMaat044m, 18/1/2007
2310098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-05DFMTEMP2_7
50SN1987A. Combines AAT 48 and 49DoradoDigital only198722/1/2007, on TEMP2_7 
50aSN1987A. Combines AAT 48 and 49 (with arrow)DoradoDigital only1987not made 
51 The Leo 1 dwarf galaxy10 08.4Leo2537IIa-O/GG 38525m1987-06-01DFM-PA7/8/871987B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+12 222536IIa-D/GG 49520m1987-06-01DFM-PA27/1/07
2388098-04/RG 61030m1985-05-14DFM-PATEMP2_8
52The dust lane of NGC 5128, Centaurus A13 25.5Centaurus2472IIIa-J/Bj85m1986-05-31DFM-USM1984198412/7/2006, 4 x 5 Pos. 
–43 01 2462IIIa-F/Vf90m1986-05-30RMS-USMB3m V3m R4m
2541IIIa-F/RG 61080m1987-06-01DFM-USMTEMP2_3
53NGC 4486, (M87) and its globular clusters12 30.8Virgo2540IIa-O/GG 38530m1987-06-01RDC-USM27/6/871987No digital version 
+12 24 2539IIa-D/GG 49525m1987-06-01RDC-USM(NB new R plate used)
2566098-04/RG 63050m1988-05-12DFM-USM
53NGC 4486, (M87), its jet and globular clusters12 30.8Virgo2540IIa-O/GG 38530m1987-06-01RDC-USM  B6 V6 R3, 4 x 5s + 40% 
+12 242539IIa-D/GG 49525m1987-06-01RDC-USMaat053m, 28/1/07
2538098-04/RG 63035m1988-05-12RDC-USMTEMP2_8
53mNGC 4486 (M87) optical jet12 30.8Virgo2540IIa-O/GG 38530m1987-06-01RDC-USMdigital  B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
+12 24 2539IIa-D/GG 49525m1987-06-01RDC-USMintermediate28/1/07
2538098-04/RG 63035m1988-05-12RDC-USMTEMP2_8
54The Seyfert galaxy, NGC 156604 20.0Dorado2300IIa-O/GG 38525m1984-02-03WDP-USM18/5/841984B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s + 70% 
–54 562301IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-03WDP-USMaat054a, 5/11/07
2299098-04/RG 63035m1984-02-03WDP-USMTEMP2_19
54aThe Seyfert galaxy, NGC 1566 (deep, intermediate)04 20.0Dorado2300IIa-O/GG 38525m1984-02-03WDP-PAdigital  B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
–54 562301IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-03WDP-PAintermediate29/1/07
2299098-04/RG 63035m1984-02-03WDP-PATEMP2_8
55NGC 1365, a barred spiral galaxy03 33.6Fornax2720IIa-O/GG 38530m1990-12-16DFM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–36 082721IIa-D/GG 49530m1990-12-16DFM4/11/07
2722098-04/RG 61040m1990-12-16DFMTEMP2_19
56 NGC 300, a Sculptor Group spiral galaxy 00 54.9Sculptor2581IIa-O/GG 38540m1988-07-15RMS-PA 1991B1 V1 R1 4 x 5s, + 20%  
–37 411889IIa-D/GG 49535m1980-07-16DFM-PAaat057, 1/2/07
2704098-04/RG 61040m1990-12-14DFM-PATEMP2_8
56a NGC 300, a Sculptor Group spiral galaxy 00 54.9Sculptor2581IIa-O/GG 38540m1988-07-15RMS-PADigital only2000B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s + 20%  
–37 411889IIa-D/GG 49535m1980-07-16DFM-PAaat056, 1/2/07
2704098-04/RG 61040m1990-12-14DFM-PATEMP2_9
57The compact nucleus of NGC 30000 54.9Sculptor2581IIa-O/GG 38540m1988-07-15RMS 1991B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
–37 411889IIa-D/GG 49535m1980-07-16DFM1/2/07
2704098-04/RG 61040m1990-12-14DFMTEMP2_8
58NGC 4321, M100 in the Virgo cluster12 22.9Coma2744BIIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18DFM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+15 49Berenices2745BIIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18DFM4/2/07
2746B098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18DFMTEMP2_9
59Dwarf galaxies around NGC 4321 M100 12 22.9Coma2744BIIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18DFM-PA 1991B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s + 40% 
+15 49Berenices2745BIIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18DFM-PA4/2/07
2746B098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18DFM-PATEMP2_9
60The elliptical galaxy NGC 4486, M8712 30.8Virgo2744BIIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18RDC 1992B4 V4 R4, 4 x 5s 
+12 24 2745BIIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18RDC28/1/07
2746B098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18RDCTEMP2_8
61NGC 3623, M65, spiral galaxy in Leo11 18.9Leo2595IIa-O/GG 38527m1989-02-07DFM2/11/901991B7 V7 R7, 8 x 10s + 30% 
+13 052596IIa-D/GG 49522m1989-02-07DFMaat061m, 10/02/07
2597098-04/RG 61027m1989-02-07DFMTEMP2_9
61mNGC 3623, M65, (intermediate)11 18.9Leo2595IIa-O/GG 38527m1989-02-07DFMdigital  B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s
+13 052596IIa-D/GG 49522m1989-02-07DFMintermediate10/2/07
2597098-04/RG 61027m1989-02-07DFMTEMP2_9
62NGC 3627, M66 spiral galaxy in Leo11 20.2Leo2595IIa-O/GG 38527m1989-02-07DFM2/11/901991B7 V7 R7, 8 x 10s + 30%
+12 592596IIa-D/GG 49522m1989-02-07DFMaat062m, 10/02/07
2597098-04/RG 61027m1989-02-07DFMTEMP2_9
62mNGC 3627, M66 (intermediate)11 20.2Leo2595IIa-O/GG 38527m1989-02-07DFMdigital  B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+12 592596IIa-D/GG 49522m1989-02-07DFMintermediate10/2/07
2597098-04/RG 61027m1989-02-07DFMTEMP2_9
63NGC 3628, an edge-on galaxy in the Leo Group11 20.3Leo2595IIa-O/GG 38527m1989-02-07DFM 1989B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+13 362596IIa-D/GG 49522m1989-02-07DFM5/2/07
2597098-04/RG 61027m1989-02-07DFMTEMP2_9
64The starburst irregular galaxy NGC 131303 18.3Reticulum2768IIa-O/GG 38530m1992-01-03DFM-PA 1992B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s  
–66 302767IIa-D/GG 49525m1992-01-03DFM-PA25/2/07
2766098-04/RG 61030m1992-01-03DFM-PATEMP2_10
64aThe starburst irregular galaxy NGC 131303 18.3Reticulum2768IIa-O/GG 38530m1992-01-03DFM-PADigital only2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s + some 
wide field–66 302767IIa-D/GG 49525m1992-01-03DFM-PAaat064, 25/2/07
2766098-04/RG 61030m1992-01-03DFM-PATEMP2_10
65NGC 4038-39, the Antenna, interacting galaxies12 01.9Corvus2744AIIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18DFM 1991B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
–18 522745AIIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18DFM25/2/07
2746A098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18DFMTEMP2_10
65aNGC 4038-39, faint features of the Antennae12 01.9Corvus2744AIIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18DFMDigital only2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s + KPNO 
Includes bright part of aat065 and faint parts of–18 522745AIIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18DFMpl 247 + aat065, 25/2/07
KPNO plate 247. (taken by Al Millikan, May 1973)2746A098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18DFMTEMP2_10
66The light echo of SN 1987A, February 198905 35.4Dorado2591IIa-O/GG 38535m1989-02-06DFM/DFM 1989B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–69 162590IIa-D/GG 49530m1989-02-06DFM/DFM27/2/07
2592098-04/RG 61040m1989-02-06DFM/DFMTEMP2_10
 (positive copies used to subtract equivalent   2311IIa-O/GG 38520m1984-02-05DFM    
exposures on plates 2591, 2592 and 2593)2312IIa-D/GG 49525m1984-02-05DFM
2310098-04/RG 61035m1984-02-05DFM
67Supernova 1987A after four years05 35.4Dorado2714BIIa-O/GG 3851m1990-12-15DFM 1991B1 V1 R1 (enlarged pos) 
–69 162715BIIa-D/GG 4951m1990-12-15DFM28/2/07
2716B098-04/RG 6101.25m1990-12-15DFMTEMP2_10
68The 30 Doradus cluster in the LMC05 38.7Dorado2714BIIa-O/GG 3851m1990-12-15DFM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–69 062715BIIa-D/GG 4951m1990-12-15DFM28/2/07
2716B098-04/RG 6101.25m1990-12-15DFMTEMP2_10
69The faint reflection nebula around M2018 02.3Sagittarius2622IIa-O/GG 38535m1989-08-25DLJ-USM 1990B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10 + 30% 
(portrait format)–23 022623IIa-D/GG 49530m1989-08-25DLJ-USMaat012. 1/3/07
2624098-04/OG 61030m1989-08-25DLJ-USMTEMP2_10
69aThe faint reflection nebula around M2018 02.3Sagittarius2622IIa-O/GG 38535m1989-08-25DLJ-USMDigital only1999B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10 + 30% 
(landscape format)–23 022623IIa-D/GG 49530m1989-08-25DLJ-USMaat012. 1/3/07
2624098-04/OG 61030m1989-08-25DLJ-USMTEMP2_10
70The core of NGC 5904, M5 globular cluster15 15.6Serpens2752IIIa-J/Bj2m1991-03-18SL 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+02 052753IIIa-F/Vf2m1991-03-18SL8/3/07
2754IIIa-F/RG 6102m1991-03-18SLTEMP2_11
71The head of cometary globule CG 407 33.6Puppis2718IIa-O/GG 38535m1990-12-15DMH-PA 1991B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
-46 552724IIa-D/GG 49530m1990-12-16DMH-PA10/3/07
2725098-04/RG 63035m1990-12-16DMH-PATEMP2_11
71aThe cometary globule CG 4, wide field07 33.6Puppis2718IIa-O/GG 38535m1990-12-15DMH-PADigital only2000B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
-46 552724IIa-D/GG 49530m1990-12-16DMH-PA10/3/07
2725098-04/RG 63035m1990-12-16DMH-PATEMP2_11
72A dark cloud in Scorpius16 46.9Scorpius2791IIa-O/GG 38533m1992-07-30DFM-PA 1992B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
–41 142750IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18SL-PA11/3/07
2751098-04/RG 63035m1991-03-18SL-PATEMP2_11
72aA dark cloud in Scorpius, wide field16 46.9Scorpius2791IIa-O/GG 38533m1992-07-30DFM-PADigital only2000B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
–41 142750IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18SL-PA12/3/07
   2751098-04/RG 63035m1991-03-18SL-PATEMP2_11
73The Corona Australis reflection nebula19 00.9Corona2759IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-06-15DFM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–36 44Australis2760IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-06-15DFM13/3/07
2761098-04/RG 61035m1991-06-15DFMTEMP2_11
74Reflection nebulae in NGC 618816 40.5Ara2544IIa-O/GG 38530m1987-06-01DFM 1987B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
-48 472543IIa-D/GG 49525m1987-06-01DFM14/3/07
2542098-04/RG 61035m1987-06-01DFMTEMP2_11
74aReflection nebulae in NGC 6188, wide field16 40.5Ara2544IIa-O/GG 38530m1987-06-01DFMDigital only2007B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
-48 472543IIa-D/GG 49525m1987-06-01DFM14/3/07
2542098-04/RG 61035m1987-06-01DFMTEMP2_11
75Dust and nebulosity in NGC 6188 and 619316 41.3Ara2748IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18SL-USM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
-48 462749IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18SL-USM14/3/07
2747098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18SL-USMTEMP2_11
75aDust and nebulosity in NGC 6188 and 6193,16 41.3Ara2748IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18SL-USMDigital only2000B2 V2 R2, 8 x 10s 
wide field-48 462749IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18SL-USM14/3/07
   2747098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18SL-USMTEMP2_11
76NGC 104, the 47 Tuc globular cluster00 24.1Tucanae1995IIa-O/GG 38510m1980-12-07DFM-USMNov-811992B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s, + 
–72 051994IIa-D/GG 49510m1980-12-07DFM-USMsome aat076b, 17/3/07
2765098-04/RG 61012m1992-01-03DFM-USMTEMP2_12
76aNGC 104, the 47 Tuc globular cluster00 24.1Tucanae1995IIa-O/GG 38510m1980-12-07DFMDigital only2007B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s, + 
(wide field)–72 051994IIa-D/GG 49510m1980-12-07DFMsome aat076b, 16/3/07
1993098-04/RG 61010m1980-12-07DFMTEMP2_12
76bNGC 104, the 47 Tuc globular cluster00 24.1Tucanae1995IIa-O/GG 38510m1980-12-07DFM-USM 2000B4 V4 R4, 8 x 10s 
(wide field intermediate)–72 051994IIa-D/GG 49510m1980-12-07DFM-USM16/3/07
2765098-04/RG 61012m1992-01-03DFM-USMTEMP2_12
76cNGC 104, the 47 Tuc globular cluster00 24.1Tucanae1995IIa-O/GG 38510m1980-12-07DFMdigital 2007B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
(wide field)–72 051994IIa-D/GG 49510m1980-12-07DFMintermediate16/3/07
1993098-04/RG 61010m1980-12-07DFMTEMP2_12
76dNGC 104, the 47 Tuc globular cluster00 24.1Tucanae2782IIIa-J/Bj3m1992-01-05DFM-USMDigital only2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s  
–72 052781IIIa-F/Vf3m1992-01-05DFM-USM15/3/07
   2780IIIa-F/RG 6103m1992-01-05DFM-USMTEMP2_12
77Bok globules in the IC 2944/48 nebula11 36.6Centaurus2742IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18SL 1991B1 V1 R2m, 8 x 10s 
–63 022741IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18SL31/3/07
2743098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18DFM-USMTEMP2_12
78Part of the Vela supernova remnant08 29.2Vela2787IIIa-J/Bj101m1992-01-05DFM-PA 1992B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–44 402773IIIa-F/Vf100m1992-01-03DFM-PA1/4/07
2772IIIa-F/RG 61090m1992-01-03DFM-PATEMP2_12
78aPart of the Vela supernova remnant 08 29.2Vela2787IIIa-J/Bj101m1992-01-05DFM-PADigital only1999B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
(wide field, no satellite trail)–44 402773IIIa-F/Vf100m1992-01-03DFM-PA1/4/07
2772IIIa-F/RG 61090m1992-01-03DFM-PATEMP2_12
78bPart of the Vela supernova remnant 08 29.2Vela2787IIIa-J/Bj101m1992-01-05DFM-PADigital only2000B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
(wide field, with satellite trail)–44 402773IIIa-F/Vf100m1992-01-03DFM-PA1/4/07
2772IIIa-F/RG 61090m1992-01-03DFM-PATEMP2_12
79NGC 2346, a planetary nebula07 09.4Monocerotis2739IIa-O/GG 38520m1991-03-18DFM 1991B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
–00 482738IIa-D/GG 49520m1991-03-18DFM6/4/07
2511098-04/RG 63030m1986-12-09DFMTEMP2_12
80NGC 2818A, planetary nebula in cluster11 26.5Leo2828BIIa-O/GG 38510m1993-03-30DFM 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+12 552827BIIa-D/GG 49510m1993-03-30DFM6/4/07
2826B098-04/RG 63012m1993-03-30DFMTEMP2_12
81ESO 166-21, a faint planetary nebula09 31.3Vela2740IIa-O/GG 38530m1991-03-18DFM-PA 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s enl. 
–56 182729IIa-D/GG 49530m1991-02-18DFM-PA7/4/07
2730098-04/RG 63035m1991-02-18DFM-PATEMP2_12
82NGC 1360, diffuse planetary nebula03 33.3Fornax2871IIa-O/GG 38520m1993-12-08SL 1995B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
-25 512872IIa-D/GG 49525m1993-12-08SL9/4/07
2804098-04/RG 63030m1992-10-27SLTEMP2_13
83NGC 5189, weird planetary nebula13 33.5Musca2851AIIa-O/GG 38520m1993-03-31DFM 1995B1 R 1 V1, 4 x 5s 
-65 592921IIa-D/GG 49530m1994-05-13SL9/4/07
2852A098-04/RG 61030m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_13
84NGC 2736, the Pencil nebula in Vela09 00.4Vela2811BIIa-O/GG 38525m1993-03-23DFM 1995B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
-45 542812BIIa-D/GG 49530m1993-03-23DFM9/4/07
2880B098-04/RG 61025m1993-12-08DFMTEMP2_13
85Messier 17, the emission nebula NGC 661818 20.8Sagittarius2836BIIa-O/GG 38510m1993-03-30SL 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
-16 112837BIIa-D/GG 49510m1993-03-30SL9/4/05
2838B098-04/RG 61012m1993-03-30SLTEMP2_13
85aMessier 17, the emission nebula NGC 6618, 18 20.8Sagittarius2836BIIa-O/GG 38510m1993-03-30SLDigital only2001B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
wide field-16 112837BIIa-D/GG 49510m1993-03-30SL20/4/07
2838B098-04/RG 61012m1993-03-30SLTEMP2_13
86Bubble nebulae in NGC 682219 44.9Sagittarius2054IIa-O/GG 38530m1981-09-29DFM-PA 1992B4 V4 R4, 4 x 5s 
–14 482053IIa-D/GG 49530m1981-09-29DFM-PA20/4/07
2052098-04/RG 63040m1981-09-29DFM-PATEMP2_13
87The nebula around R Aquarii, a symbiotic star23 43.9Aquarius2800BIIa-O/GG 3856m1992-10-27DFM 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–15 302799BIIa-D/GG 4956m1992-10-27DFM20/4/07
2798B098-04/RG 6107m1992-10-27DFMTEMP2_13
88IC 2220, deep image of the Toby Jug nebula07 56.8Carina1807IIa-O/GG 38540m1980-02-20DFM-PA6/8/911991B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
–59 07 1806IIa-D/GG 49535m1980-02-20DFM-PA23/2/06
1805098-04/RG 63035m1980-02-20DFM-PATEMP2_3
89NGC 5139, The globular cluster Omega Centauri13 26.8Centaurus2790IIIa-J/Bj5m1992-07-30SL 1995B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
-47 292789IIIa-F/Vf4m1992-07-30SL28/9/06
2788IIIa-F/RG 6104m1992-07-30SLTEMP2_3
89aNGC 5139, The globular cluster Omega Centauri13 26.8Centaurus2790IIIa-J/Bj5m1992-07-30SLDigital only1999B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
(wide field, high contrast, portrait)-47 292789IIIa-F/Vf4m1992-07-30SL28/9/06
2788IIIa-F/RG 6104m1992-07-30SLTEMP2_3
89bNGC 5139, The globular cluster Omega Centauri\r\n13 26.8Centaurus2790IIIa-J/Bj5m1992-07-30SLDigital only2000B3 V3 R3, 8 x 10s 
(wide field, landscape)-47 292789IIIa-F/Vf4m1992-07-30SL28/9/06
2788IIIa-F/RG 6104m1992-07-30SLTEMP2_3
90Messier 11, a young open cluster, NGC 670518 51.1Scutum2821BIIa-O/GG 3854m1993-03-29SL 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s  
-06 162822BIIa-D/GG 4954m1993-03-29SL21/4/07
2820B098-04/RG 6104m1993-03-29SLTEMP2_13
91Trumpler 5, an old open cluster06 36.0Monocerotis2774BIIa-O/GG 38530m1992-01-04DFM 1992B2 V2 R2 
+09 292775BIIa-D/GG 49525m1992-01-04DFM12/7/06
2776B098-04/RG 61030m1992-01-04DFMTEMP2_3
92Barnard 86 and NGC 6520, wide field18 03.4Sagittarius1881IIa-O/GG 38525m1980-07-16DFM 1992B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–27 54 1882IIa-D/GG 49525m1980-07-16DFM5/1/06
1883098-04/RG 61030m1980-07-16DFM
93NGC 6522 in BaadeÕs window18 03.6Sagittarius2576IIIa-J/Bj10m1988-07-15DFM 1993B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–30 022577IIIa-F/Vf10m1988-07-15DFM30/4/07
2854IIIa-F/RG 61020m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_13
93aNGC 6522 and NGC 6528 in BaadeÕs window,18 03.6Sagittarius2576IIIa-J/Bj10m1988-07-15DFMDigital only2000B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
wide field–30 022577IIIa-F/Vf10m1988-07-15DFM30/4/07
2854IIIa-F/RG 61020m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_13
94The Red Rectangle06 20.8Orion2895IIa-O/GG 38515m1994-02-10DFM 1995B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s
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–10 382896IIa-D/GG 49515m1994-02-10DFM30/4/07
2897098-04/RG 61015m1994-02-10DFMTEMP2_13
95The annulus of Shapley 1, a planetary nebula15 51.0Norma2836IIa-O/GG 38530m1993-03-30SL 1993Centre rom colour neg
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–51 202837IIa-D/GG 49530m1993-03-30SLon TEMP 45
2838098-04/RG 61035m1993-03-30SLTEMP2_15
95aDeep image of Shapley 115 51.0Norma2836IIa-O/GG 38530m1993-03-30SLDigital only2007B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s HCC + 
–51 202837IIa-D/GG 49530m1993-03-30SLcentre of colour neg
2838098-04/RG 61035m1993-03-30SLTEMP2_15
96NGC 2261, HubbleÕs variable nebula18 20.8Monoceros2293IIa-O/GG 38530m1984-02-02SL 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–16 272810IIa-D/GG 49525m1992-10-27SL25/8/07
2723IIIa-F/RG 610100m1990-12-16SLTEMP2_15
97M95, NGC 3351, barred spiral galaxy in Leo10 44.0Leo2816IIa-O/GG 38520m1993-03-29SL 1993B2 V2 R2, 4 x 5s 
+11 422815IIa-D/GG 49520m1993-03-29SL25/8/07
2814098-04/RG 61030m1993-03-29SLTEMP2_15
98NGC 2442, a barred spiral galaxy in Volans07 36.4Volans2956IIa-O/GG 38550m1995-02-01SL 1995B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–69 322896BIIa-D/GG 49530m1994-02-10DFM27/8/07
2897B098-04/RG 61030m1994-02-10DFMTEMP2_16
99NGC 5078, interacting galaxy with dust lane13 19.8Hydra2835BIIa-O/GG 38530m1993-03-30DFM 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–27 242834BIIa-D/GG 49530m1993-03-30DFM28/6/07
2833B098-04/RG 61035m1993-03-30DFMTEMP2_14
100M104, the Sombrero galaxy, NGC 459412 40.0Virgo2848IIa-O/GG 38520m1993-03-31DFM 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–11 372849IIa-D/GG 49520m1993-03-31DFM24/1/07
2850098-04/RG 61030m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_8
100aM104, the Sombrero galaxy, NGC 4594,12 40.0Virgo2848BIIa-O/GG 38520m1993-03-31DFMDigital only2000aat100 (above) +  
wide field–11 372849BIIa-D/GG 49520m1993-03-31DFMbackground. 25/01/07
2850B098-04/RG 61030m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_8
100bM104, the Sombrero galaxy, NGC 4594,12 40.0Virgo2848BIIa-O/GG 38520m1993-03-31DFMDigital only2007B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
wider field–11 372849BIIa-D/GG 49520m1993-03-31DFM5/11/07
2850B098-04/RG 61030m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_19
101NGC 4945, a dusty southern spiral galaxy13 05.4Centaurus2850IIa-O/GG 38520m1993-03-31DFM 1995B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–49 282849IIa-D/GG 49520m1993-03-31DFM30/8/07
2848098-04/RG 61030m1993-03-31DFMTEMP2_16
102NGC 55, an edge-on Sculptor group galaxy00 14.9Sculptor2800BIIa-O/GG 38525m1992-01-27DFM 1993B2 V2 R2, 5 x 7s 
–39 112799BIIa-D/GG 49525m1992-01-27DFM6/9/07
2798B098-04/RG 61030m1992-01-27DFMTEMP2_16
102aNGC 55, an edge-on Sculptor group galaxy00 14.9Sculptor2800BIIa-O/GG 38525m1992-01-27DFMDigital only1999not necessary 
–39 112799BIIa-D/GG 49525m1992-01-27DFM
2798B098-04/RG 61030m1992-01-27DFM
103The M66 group of galaxies in Leo11 19.8Leo2595IIa-O/GG 38527m1989-02-07DFM 1991B7 V7 R7, 8 x 10s 
+13 152596IIa-D/GG 49522m1989-02-07DFM18/2/07
2597098-04/RG 61027m1989-02-07DFMTEMP2_9
104NGC 6231, the Sco OB association 16 54.0Scorpius2792IIa-O/GG 3851m1992-07-30DFM 1992B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–44 482793IIa-D/GG 4951m1992-07-30DFM14/2/07
2794098-04/RG 6301m1992-07-30DFMTEMP2_9
105IC 4628, emission nebula in Scorpius16 57.0Scorpius2527IIa-O/GG 38535m1987-05-31RDC 1991B2 V2 R2, 8 x 10s 
–40 202528IIa-D/GG 49525m1987-05-31RDC18/10/07
2529098-04/RG 63035m1987-05-31RDCTEMP2_18
106NGC 6723, globular cluster18 59.6Sagittarius2759IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-06-15DFM 1992B2 V2 R2, 4 x5s 
–36 382760IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-06-15DFM7/9/07
2761098-04/RG 61035m1991-06-15TEMP2_16
106NGC 6723, globular cluster (intermediate)18 59.6Sagittarius2759IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-06-15DFMDigital only B3 V3 R3, 4 x 5s 
–36 382760IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-06-15DFM7/9/07
2761098-04/RG 61035m1991-06-15TEMP2_16
107NGC 2437-8, planetary nebula in open cluster07 41.8Puppis2813IIa-O/GG 38510m1993-03-29DFM 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–14 492812IIa-D/GG 49510m1993-03-29DFM17/10/07
2811098-04/RG 61015m1993-03-29DFMTEMP2_18
108IC 2944/48 emission nebula and Bok globules11 36.6Centaurus2742IIa-O/GG 38525m1991-03-18SL 1991B1 V1 R2m. 8 x 10s 
–63 022741IIa-D/GG 49525m1991-03-18SL19/3/07
2743098-04/RG 61035m1991-03-18DFMTEMP2_12
109NGC 2899, a planetary nebula09 27.0Vela2740IIa-O/GG 38530m1991-03-18DFM 1991B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–56 062729IIa-D/GG 49530m1991-02-18DFM27/10/07 (was aat115)
2730098-04/RG 63030m1991-02-18DFMTEMP2_18
110NGC 6781, planetary nebula19 18.4Aquila2926IIa-O/GG 38512m1994-05-13SL 1995B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+06 332927IIa-D/GG 49510m1994-05-13SL9/9/07
2928098-04/RG 63010m1994-05-13SLTEMP2_18
111NGC 6752, globular cluster in Pavo19 10.9 Pavo2111IIa-O/GG 38515m1982-08-09DFM9/2/831990B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–59 592112IIa-D/GG 49515m1982-08-09DFM(not 7/9/07
2113098-04/RG 63020m1982-08-09DFMpublished)TEMP2_16
111aNGC 6752, globular cluster, low contrast intermed19 10.9 Pavo2111IIa-O/GG 38515m1982-08-09DFM 2007B6 V6 R6, 4 x 5s 
(used for centre)–59 592112IIa-D/GG 49515m1982-08-09DFM7/9/07
2113098-04/RG 63020m1982-08-09DFMTEMP2_16
112M67, NGC 2682, an open cluster08 51 18 Cancer2777BIIa-O/GG 3854m1992-01-04SL 1993B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+11 492778BIIa-D/GG 4954m1992-01-04SL8/4/07
2779B098-04/RG 6304m1992-01-04SLTEMP2_13
113M93, NGC 2447, an open cluster07 44.6 Puppis2777AIIa-O/GG 3856m1992-01-04SL 1992B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–23 522778AIIa-D/GG 4955m1992-01-04SL29/10/07
2779A098-04/RG 6306m1992-01-04SLTEMP2_19
114NGC 6242, an open cluster16 55.6Scorpius2792BIIa-O/GG 3854m1992-07-30DFM 1992B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–39 302793BIIa-D/GG 4954m1992-07-30DFM9/9/07
2794B098-04/RG 6305m1992-07-30DFMTEMP2_16
115Random starfield in Puppis08 07.4Puppis2952IIIa-J/Bj90m1995-01-31DFM 2000B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–36 482953IIIa-F/Vf90m1995-01-31DFM9/9/07
2954IIIa-F/RG 61090m1995-01-31DFMTEMP2_16
116Abell 1060, a nearby cluster of galaxies10 34.0Hydra2898IIa-O/GG 38525m1994-02-10SL 2000B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–27 202899IIa-D/GG 49535m1994-02-10SL4/11/07
2958IIIa-F/RG 61090m1995-02-01DFMTEMP2_19
117Comet Halley, 9–10 April, 1986 ??2456IIa-O/none4m1986-04-09DFM 2001reworked from TEMP-110 
2458IIa-D/GG 4955m1986-04-09DFM10/9/07
2457098-04/RG 6108m1986-04-09DFM
117aComet Halley, 9–10 April, 1986, unsharp mask ??2456IIa-O/none4m1986-04-09DFM-USM 2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
2458IIa-D/GG 4955m1986-04-09DFM-USM4/11/07
2457098-04/RG 6108m1986-04-09DFM-USMTEMP2_19
118NGC 1316–17, the radio galaxy Fornax A03 20.8Fornax2970IIIa-J/Bj100m1998-12-23SL 2001B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–37 202961IIIa-F/Vf100m1995-12-21SL4/11/07
2969IIIa-F/RG 61090m1998-12-23SLTEMP2_19
119The globular cluster NGC 3201 in Vela10 15.2Vela2917IIIa-J/Bj25m1994-05-13DFM 2001B1 V1 R1, 8 x 10s 
–46 092916IIIa-F/Vf20m1994-05-13DFM5/11/07
    2915IIIa-F/RG 61020m1994-05-13DFM TEMP2_19
120NGC 5101, barred spiral galaxy with outer ring13 21.8Hydra2835BIIa-O/GG 38530m1993-03-30DFM-PA2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–27 262834BIIa-D/GG 49530m1993-03-30DFM-PA10/9/07
2833b098-04/RG 61035m1993-03-30DFM-PATEMP1_17
121M4, NGC 6121, globular cluster in Scorpius16 23.6Scorpius2817BIIa-O/GG 38510m1993-03-29DFM 2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–26 322818BIIa-D/GG 49510m1993-03-29DFM4/11/07
2819B098-04/RG 61012m1993-03-29DFMTEMP2_19
122The globular cluster NGC 36201 03.2Tucana2181IIa-O/GG 3855m1982-12-12DFM 2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
–70 512180IIa-D/GG 4955m1982-12-12DFM6/11/07
2711098-04/RG 6107m1990-12-15DFMTEMP2_20
123Open cluster, NGC 2099, M3705 52.4Auriga2774IIa-O/GG 3855m1992-01-04DFM 2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
+32 332775IIa-D/GG 4954m1992-01-04DFM7/11/07
2776098-04/RG 6105m1992-01-04DFMTEMP2_20
 Was AAT 122. The stars around 30 Doradus Dorado2737IIIa-J/Bj2m1991-03-18DFM 2007B1 V1 R1, 4 x 5s 
(similar to AAT 68. Not used)2736IIIa-F/Vf2m1991-03-18DFM6/11/07
2735IIIa-F/RG 6102m1991-03-18DFM
             
  

Notes on the table


Column 1. AAT running ID number
Column 2. Object name/description
Column 3. Approximate image centre, RA and Dec., J2000
Column 4. Constellation (of plate centre)
Column 5. AAT plate log sequence numbers
      A or B suffix corrects sequence errors in plate log .
Column 6. The Kodak emulsion/filter-glass combination used for the exposure.
      With Schott glass filters (GG 385, GG 495, RG 630 etc.) the short wavelenght cut-on
      is determined by the emulsion, the long wavelength cut-off by the filter.
      The usual combinations are:
      B-band (blue, nominally 385 - ~500nm)
      IIa-O + GG 385 filter
      V-band (green, nominally 495 - ~600nm)
      IIa-D + GG 495 filter
      R-band (red, nominally 590 or 630 - ~700nm)
      098-04 or IIIa-F + RG 610 or 630 filter
      BF and VF prefixes refer to the AAO interference filters used to approximate
      the photometric B and V bands on IIIa-J or IIIa-F plates.
Column 7. Exposure time in minutes.
Column 8. UT date exposure commenced.
Column 9. The observers -- the people who took the plates -- and the image processing.

DC   David CarterDFM   David Malin
RDC   Russell CannonWDP   Bill Pence
KCF   Ken FreemanRLS   Raylee Statakis
DAH   Despina Hatzidimitiou   RMSRay Sharples
DLJDave JaunceySLSteve Lee
       
USMUnsharp masking usedPA Photo-Amplification used

Column 10. Date of original additive RGB image, using Cibachrome.
Column 11. Date of current additive RGB digital image, made from same original data set.
      Details of the many intermediate processes were used to make additive RGB images are omitted.
Column 12. Creation date of original additive RGB image.
Column 13. Film copies used (and their size), and archive address for final (current) version.

Last revision 2010 August 1 -- David Malin