NGC/IC Project Restoration Effort
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Location and Magnitude
Right Ascension: 4:52:25.0
Year of discovery: 1886
Discovery aperture: 15.5
Summary description: Two F neb in same field
NGC 1674 and NGC 1675 are "Two faint nebulae in the same field" found by
J. G. Lohse at "Mr. Wigglesworth's observatory." Lohse did not publish any
data for these, but sent them directly to Dreyer who included them in the NGC.
As with NGC 1655 (which see), which Lohse found in the same part of the sky,
there is no trace of these at Lohse's given position. Three arcmin south is
a group of six faint stars about an arcmin across, but we would need visual
observations to tell if these could be mistaken for two nebulae.