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Caldwell Objects

Have heard about a list of objects titled " Caldwell" named after Sir Patrick Moore, i think. Could someone tell me where i might find this list.
Also i think l've read about a list of one hundred lunar objects to see, if l'am correct and there is one could you let me know how i could find it.

Thanking you; to all those who can help Very Happy

phillj
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Answers: Caldwell Objects ( Society for Popular Astronomy Absolute beginners )
Caldwell Objects

Thanks Cumbrian for finding this list; just what I'am looking for, will give me some objects to look for, rather than randomly just looking at the Moon.
Brian don't think i will ever be well known enough to have a astro list named after me. My wife has a list with my name on though, it's contains all the jobs she wants me to do about the house. Rolling Eyes

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Caldwell Objects

Bear in mind, Phillj, that Patrick Moore didn't discover the objects in the Caldwell list. In his wish to be immortalised, he simply selected a list of known celestial objects and placed them under his middle name.
You can do it yourself if you can find a publisher. Good luck to the Phillij list!
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Caldwell Objects

phillj the Luner 100 list is here,you can print the list out if you want.Cumbrian http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/objects/moon/3308811.html?page=2&c=y
Cumbrian

Caldwell Objects

http://www.davidpaulgreen.com/tcol.html

The above is a downloadable list that can be viewed in a few different ways

I haven't looked at it properly yet but it seems to be well thought out and very handy
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Caldwell Objects

Thanks for your help Casus Beli. Have just had a quick look and seems just what l'am looking for.

phillj
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