NGC 7331

Introduction | Map | My Best Own Photos | My Own Observations | References || Appendix: My Own Photos

On this page I collect my observations of the spiral galaxy NGC 7331 in the constellation Pegasus.

 

Introduction

The spiral galaxy NGC 7331 in the constellation Pegasus is according to Stoyan only visible in telescopes. It is seen nearly edge-on. Close to it, there are the galaxy NGC 7335 and two even smaller ones.

Size: 4' x 1.5' (Stoyan)
Distance: 60 millions light years (Stoyan)
Rating: * (Stoyan)

 

Map

The spiral galaxy NGC 7331 in the constellation Pegasus (Image Courtesy of SkySafari Astronomy, www.simulationcurriculum.com)

 

My Best Own Photos

eVscope

         

NGC 7331 - Aug 24, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Aug 24, 2020, processed

  NGC 7331 - Aug 24, 2020, processed; the long arrow points to NGC 7335, the others to two even smaller galaxies
        

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020, processed

   
        

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020, processed

   

 

My Own Observations

Observations February to September 2020

 

References

On this Site


Appendix: My Own Photos

eVscope

        

NGC 7331 - Feb 7, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Feb 7, 2020, processed

   
         

NGC 7331 - Aug 24, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Aug 24, 2020, processed

  NGC 7331 - Aug 24, 2020, processed; the long arrow points to NGC 7335, the others to two even smaller galaxies
        

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020, processed

   
        

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020

 

NGC 7331 - Sep 9, 2020, processed