Triangulum - The Triangle:
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Pegasus - The Winged Horse:
NGC 7217 - A fairly large and slightly elongated 11th magnitude galaxy with a slightly brighter nucleus.
NGC 7331 - A famous target in this constellation that I have observed in many different telescopes. Very bright, elongated galaxy with a very bright elongated nucleus, containing an even brighter central region.
NGC 7448 - Large galaxy, much fainter than previous two. No detail seen- slightly elongated.
NGC 7479 - Another galaxy that I have observed frequently in the Schulman 32 inch telescope at the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter where I work. This galaxy is quite elongated in the eyepiece, but no trace of the spiral arms is noted tonight. Slight brightening in the middle.
NGC 7814 - A very bright elongated galaxy with a very bright but small nucleus.
Herschel 400 count: 65 down, 335 remaining!