E. E. Barnard's Catalog of Dark Nebulae
Data collected by Al Lamperti

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Dia. Opacity1 Barnard's Descriptions UM2 Pg2 Constellation
1 3 32 57 +31 9 30 4 Large, indefinite 60 Perseus
2 3 33 31 +32 19 20 4 Indefinite; elongated SE and NW 60 Perseus
3 3 40 1 +31 58 20 5 Irregular, dark space in nebula; curved, bright strip of nebulosity in SW side 60 Perseus
4 3 44 2 +31 47   5 Very large; indefinite 60 Perseus
5 3 47 53 +32 53 60 5 Indefinite; elongated NE and SW; Eta Persei (mag 5.8) near NE side 60 Perseus
6 3 56 23 +56 7   4 Round; indefinite 28 Camelopardalis
7 4 17 25 +28 33   5 Large, irregular, with brighter condensation (B 10) in SE part 78 Taurus
8 4 17 50 +55 14   ? Center of a dark, irregular lane about 2.6 degrees long and 22' + or - across; very much like the dark lanes E. of Rho Ophiuchi 28 3 Camelopardalis
9 4 18   +55 3   ? Dark, irregular vacancy. This is the middle of a great vacancy extending east and west, the continuous part of which is 2.5 degrees long and about .5 degree wide. It really extends in a more or less broken form for about 6 degrees. There is a wide region extending south of it for a couple of degrees, nearly to the star BD +53 750 (magnitude 5.0) whose position is 4h6m58s, N 53 18' (1875.0). To the east it breaks up into more or less separate spots, somewhat resembling those at the east end of the great lane from Rho Ophiuchi, but unlike that lane it does not originate in a larger vacant space or a nebula. Its borders are not so definite as the Rho Ophiuchi lane. It is approximately bounded by the coordinates 3h58m, N54.7 and 4h20m, N54.8. The individual positions of some of the spots are given in the catalogue. 28 Camelopardalis
10 4 18 41 +28 16 8 5 The brightest part of B 7 78 Taurus
11 4 26 37 +55 2   3 East end of irregular lane, B 8 28 Camelopardalis
12 4 29 47 +54 14 24 5 Isolated dark spot SE of B 11; irregularly round with extension E. from the NE side 28 Camelopardalis
13 4 31 18 +54 53 11 4 Irregular; irregularly darker inside with a rather sharp, short, narrow extension toward the S. 28 Camelopardalis
14 4 39 59 +25 44 3 ? Very small, bright nebula; a bright spot in the dark nebula B 22. (Position given in Astrophysical Journal, 49:14, (1919ApJ.49.1B) in error by 10m in right ascension.) 78 Taurus
15 4 31 56 +46 37 13 5 Elliptical; diameter 15' x 10' slightly NW and SE. One of the finest examples of a dark object seen against the ordinary sky and away from the Milky Way. The background on which the stars shine is uniform over the entire plate. The object is in a region somewhat larger than itself, where there are relatively few stars, and is black by contrast with the sky alone. It clearly shows the presence of a feeble uniform luminosity in space which, from the appearance of similar objects in widely different parts of the sky, leads to the belief that this feeble illumination of distant space is universal. If this object were seen against the star clouds of the Milky Way it would appear strikingly black. 42 Perseus
16 4 32 26 +46 36   5 Very small; elongated N and S; close to SE edge of B 15 42 Perseus
17 4 32 30 +46 31   5 Very small; elongated N and S; close to E edge of B 15 42 Perseus
18 4 31 13 +24 21 60 5 Group of dark spots 78 Taurus
19 4 33   +26 16 60 ? Large, indefinite 78 Taurus
20 4 37 4 +50 58 60 2 In S part of larger, relatively vacant area; this is the dark object mentioned by Espin in Monthly Notices, 58, 334, (1898MNRAS..58..334E). It is close north of a small group of faint stars and is 6' or 8' in diameter. In a somewhat larger vacant space (sic). It is not so definite as B 15. 42 Perseus
21 4 37 57 +55 21 10 4 Indefinite; irregularly round 28 Camelopardalis
22 4 38   +26 3 120 4 Irregular; unequally dark; extended SE and NW; this is a very large region of obscure nebulosity with several darker streaks in it trending northwest. It is partly separated from another starless region lying about 2 degrees to the west and north. Near the middle of the first of these regions is a small luminous nebula with a faint fan-shaped extension for 10' to the northeast (B 14). This is undoubtedly a brighter condensation of the great obscuring mass surrounding it. The position of this small nebula is 4h32m20s, N25 30' (1875.0). 78 Taurus
23 4 40 33 +29 52 5 5 Sharply pointed to the SE; BD +29 728 (magnitude 6.5) in N part 59 Taurus
24 4 42 53 +29 44 8 5 Sharply pointed to the S 59 Taurus
25 4 52 4 +46 0 8 3 Irregularly round; a good example of a dark or more or less starless region. 42 Auriga
26 4 54 38 +30 37 5 6 Irregular; B 26, 27, 28 are close NW of BD +30 741 (mag 6.8), which is involved in feeble nebulosity 59 Auriga
27 4 55 8 +30 33 5 6 Irregular 59 Auriga
28 4 55 52 +30 38 4 6 Irregular 59 Auriga
29 5 6 23 +31 35 10 6 Round; indefinite 59 Auriga
30 5 30 16 +12 46 67 4 Large dark area with few stars. There is a nebulous border, .5 degree wide, to the semi-vacant region extending 1 degree east and north from BD +12 803 (magnitude 7.0). Apparently this nebulous border extends many degrees east in a very diffused manner. There is a narrow dark lane extending south from the semi-vacant region, running close west of BD +12 803 to a point nearly 1 degree south of BD +12 801 (mag 6.9). There is a small fan-shaped nebula close north of small star in the position 5h24m30s, +12 3.9' (1875.0). A small strip of nebulosity extends 5' southwest from this star. These two nebulae are probably the brighter parts of a large obscure nebulosity. 96 Orion
31 5 32 1 +12 45 30 4 Extended NE and SW; the E. and darkest part of B 30 96 Orion
32 5 32 8 +12 25   3 Dark projection from S. end of B 31 to the E. 96 Orion
33 5 40 52 - 2 27 4 4 Dark mass, on nebulous strip extending S from Zeta Orionis (see Astrophysical Journal, 38, 500, (1913ApJ....38..496B), and Plate XX) 116 Orion
34 5 43 30 +32 38 20 4 Round; starless; indefinite 59 Auriga
35 5 45 30 + 9 3 15 2 Elongated E and W, 20'x10', with an extension SE; three small stars N of it. 96 Orion
36 5 49   + 7 25 120 4 Irregular, narrow dark lane, NE and SW. The NE end connects brokenly with B 35. Well shown on Plate 21, Lick Observatory Publications, 11, 1913. 96 Orion
37 6 32 +10 28 175 4 Irregular, semi-vacant region. This region is abruptly terminated on the S side by the nebulosity extending north from 15 Monocerotis. Its west side ends abruptly at 6h22m15s, +12 26' (1875.0). B 37, 38, and 39 are shown in Plates 28 and 29, Lick Observatory Publications, 11, 1913. 96 Monocerus
38 6 33 41 +11 4 60 4 Irregular vacancy. This seems to refer to a portion of B 37. 96 Monocerus
39 6 38 2 +10 19   5 Small, sharply defined, elongated spot in the nebulosity NW of 15 Monocerotis. 96 Monocerus
40 16 14 38 -18 58 15 3 Diffused dark spot; small star in it. This spot and B 41 are connected with the great nebula about Nu Scorpii and are doubtless denser opaque masses of the nebula. There is a larger dark region belonging to this same system in B 43, from which broken dark lanes somewhat like those from Rho Ophiuchi, though less marked, run eastward for some degrees. 147 Scorpius
41 16 22 17 -19 37 45 3 Diffused dark spot 147 Scorpius
42 16 25 -23 26 6 Great nebula of Mu Ophiuchi; this object is put in the list because, though not wholly dark, it is partly so, and the evident obscuration produced by it puts it in the class for which the catalogue is made. The semi-vacant region in which this, the great nebula of Rho Ophiuchi, lies is about 3.5 degrees in diameter. For references to the visual discovery and early observations of this strange region see Astronomische Nachrichten, 138, 211, 1895; Popular Astronomy 5, 227, 1897; 14, 581, 1906; Lick Observatory Publications, 11, 19, 1913 and Plate 36. 147 Ophiuchus
43 16 30   -19 46   4 Large dark region 147 Ophiuchus
44 16 40 -24 4 5 Dark lane E. from Rho Ophiuchi region. This is the middle of the main part of the great vacant lane that runs east from the region of Rho Ophiuchi. It is about 32' wide and has its beginning in a vacant area in which is the star 22 Scorpii (CD -24 12695, magnitude 5.5). It runs slightly northeast to about 16h40m, -23 40' (1875.0). From this point it extends in a broken chain of dark spots to a little south of B 63. Its total length is therefore about 10 degrees. 147 Ophiuchus
44a 16 44 45 -40 20 5 5 Irregular; sharpest on SE side; CD -40 10662 (mag 9.0) close N. Apparently a real dark object. 164 Scorpius
45 16 46   -21 35 120 5 Rather definite; Extended NE and SW with an irregular projection SW that connects it with the Rho Ophiuchi region. This appears to be a real, dark object. 146 Ophiuchus
46 16 57 12 -22 43   6 Irregular; definite; a string of small stars in the middle. 146 Ophiuchus
47 16 59 42 -22 38 15 5 Irregular; definite; connected with B 51 by two sharp lanes. 146 Ophiuchus
48 17 1   -40 41 40 5 Fairly well defined; 15' W and N of CD -40 11088 (magnitude 8); seems to be a real object. 164 Scorpius
49 17 2 39 -33 16   3 Small; close SE of and involving CD -33 11668 (magnitude 9.3). 164 Scorpius
50 17 2 54 -34 23 15 6 Large, irregular dark space; this is an irregular square, sharply defined on the east side and diffused on the west, where there are broken extensions for 30'. The star CD -34 11418 (magnitude 9.8) is near the middle. The stars CD -34 11422 (magnitude 9.8) and -34 11427 (magnitude 9.9) are on the eastern border. 164 Scorpius
51 17 4 44 -22 15 20 6 Definite; one of a straggling group toward the eastern end of the dark lane from Rho Ophiuchi. Two irregular, dark lanes run west from it to B 47. 146 Ophiuchus
53 17 6   -33 35 60 4 Large; diffuse; extended N and S by 30'; curved toward the E at N end. 164 Scorpius
54 17 6 34 -34 15 5 5 Small; round; close S. of magnitude 11 star 164 Scorpius
55 17 7 33 -32 0 16 5 Irregular; best defined SE.; CD -31 13582 (magnitude 8.9) near the center. 164 Scorpius
56 17 8 48 -32 5 3 5 Small; close E of CD -31 13609 (magnitude 9.0). This seems to be a real object. 164 Scorpius
57 17 8 22 -22 49 5 6 Elongated NE and SW 146 Ophiuchus
58 17 11 12 -40 24 30 6 Slightly extended N and S; a darker core at NE side 164 Scorpius
59 17 11 23 -27 29 60 5 Sink hole; at the W end of a wide broken lane from B 78 146 Ophiuchus
60 17 11 51 -22 26 13 3 Curved; extended NE and SW; this and B 57 are the most distinct of a group of dark spots SW of the square end of B 63. 146 Ophiuchus
61 17 14 59 -20 28   6 Small; elongated E and W 146 Ophiuchus
62 17 16 12 -20 52 19 6 Very black in NW part; brightest of three stars in S part is BD -20 4690 (magnitude 9.4). Apparently a real object. 146 Ophiuchus
63 17 16   -21 28 60 3 Large, definite, curved figure, convex to N; the W end abrupt; 97' E and W, 19' wide 146 Ophiuchus
64 17 17 18 -18 29 6 Cometary; W of M 9; This object is somewhat cometary in form and has a very black core or head that sharply abuts against the thick stratum of stars; from this it spreads out into a large dark area with much dark detail, filling quite a space close southwest of M 9. It thus resembles a dark comet with a dense and well-defined head and diffused widening tail. The position of the head is 17h9m57s, -18 20.6 (1875.0). 146 Ophiuchus
65 17 19 36 -26 42 12 6 Definite; elongated; 12' E and W 146 Ophiuchus
66 17 19 57 -26 53 8 6 Definite; extended E and W; CD -26 12082 (magnitude 8.7) 5' from SE edge 146 Ophiuchus
67 17 22 30 -21 53   6 Definite; extended N and S; connects B 65 and 66 146 Ophiuchus
67a 17 20 57 -26 51 13 6 Irregular; definite; BD -21 4591 (magnitude 9.5) in spot, near SE edge 146 Ophiuchus
68 17 22 36 -23 47 4 6 Small; irregular; sharply defined; about 20' SW of B 72 146 Ophiuchus
69 17 22 55 -23 55   6 Very small; irregular; sharply defined; extends N and S 4' 146 Ophiuchus
70 17 23 32 -24 2 4 4 Sharply defined on W side 146 Ophiuchus
71 17 23 2 -24 0 1 ? Very small; extends 1.25', plus or minus 146 Ophiuchus
72 17 23 35 -23 37 6 S-shaped; this is a striking object. It is a thin, curved black marking, the exact form of the letter S or the figure 5, as the imagination or point of view may dictate. The SE branch runs E for some distance passing close S of the star CD -23 13376 (magnitude 9.1). Its average thickness is about 2'-3'. The position in the catalogue is for the southern part of the figure, or the bottom of the S (see Astrophysical Journal, 49, (1919ApJ....49....1B), Plate III). 146 Ophiuchus
73 17 24 8 -24 17 1 ? Very small; extended N and S 4' 146 Ophiuchus
74 17 25 8 -24 12   5 Slightly curved, extending 5' N from CD -24 13325 (magnitude 7.1). Sharpest on W and S sides. 146 Ophiuchus
75 17 25 17 -22 1   5 Curved and scalloped marking; BD -21 4598 (magnitude 8.3) on N edge (see Astrophysical Journal, 49, Plate II, 1(1919ApJ....49....1B) 146 Ophiuchus
76 17 25 -24 24 4 Irregular, narrow black strip, 30' long E and W 146 Ophiuchus
77 17 28   -23 51 60 3 Indefinite; connected by a vacant strip with B 78 146 Ophiuchus
78 17 32 -25 35 180 5 Very large; CD -26 12152 (magnitude 6.2) S of the middle. This vacant region, with its extension to the west running south of Theta Ophiuchi, is visible to the naked eye (see Popular Astronomy, 14, 580, 1906.) 146 Ophiuchus
79 17 37 23 -19 36 30 6 30' long SE and NW; narrow; sharply defined 146 Ophiuchus
80 17 37 42 -21 16 2 3 Small, definite; 3' x 1', SW and NE; close SE of BD -21 4674 (magnitude 80 8.1). 146 Ophiuchus
81 17 38 32 -23 55   ? Very small; diffused; close SW of NGC 6401 146 Ophiuchus
82 17 38 37 -23 46   3 Small; angular; well defined; 8' N of NGC 6401 146 Ophiuchus
83 17 45 18 -20 0 7 6 Irregular; several small stars in it; narrow extension to the S 146 Ophiuchus
83a 17 38 58 -24 10 4 6 Small; definite; diam. 4', N and S; about 5' SE of BD -19 4698 (magnitude 9.5) 146 Ophiuchus
84 17 46 25 -20 15 6 Irregular looped figure; sharply defined; 22' long E and W; extension from it 20' toward the NW. BD -20 4865 (magnitude 8.2) near W end and BD -20 4860 (magnitude 9.1) near east end. 146 Sagittarius
84a 17 57 37 -17 40 16 5 Round; diam. 16', with extension 45' S; BD -17 4967 (magnitude 9.1) in center; perhaps some detail in it 146 Sagittarius
85 18 2 25 -23 1   ? Trifid nebula. This is the southern part of the Trifid nebula, NGC 6514. The dark markings in this nebula are too well known to insert in this catalogue. 146 Sagittarius
86 18 3 1 -27 52 5 5 Diam. 5'; edge of diffused nebulosity. For the visual discovery of this object see Astronomische Nachrichten 108, 370, 1884. 146 Sagittarius
87 18 4 10 -32 29   4 "Parrot's head"; CD -3 13679 (magnitude 9.3) central; several smaller stars in it CD -32 13666 (magnitude 9.6) on NW edge. CD -32 13687 (9.6) on SE edge. 163 Sagittarius
88 18 4 35 -24 6 2 ? Extended N and S; 2.7'x0.5'; in M8. There are other well-known markings in this nebula. This one and B 89 are given as illustrations of dark markings in the sky shown in relief against a nebulous or other luminous background. In this case there may be non-luminous opaque parts of the nebula itself. 145 Sagittarius
89 18 4 59 -24 21 0.5 ? Very small, diam. 0.5'; in M8 145 Sagittarius
90 18 10 14 -28 16 3 5 Irregular; elongated; 3' N and S 145 Sagittarius
91 18 10 7 -23 41 5 5 Diam. 5'; edge of diffused nebulosity 145 Sagittarius
92 18 15 35 -18 13 12 6 Black spot; 15' N and S, 9' E and W 145 Sagittarius
93 18 16 53 -18 3 2 4 Cometary; a sharply defined black head 2' in diam., with a diffused tail 15' long running S; 20' NE of B 92 145 Sagittarius
94 18 25 53 -10 39 15 4 Roundish; diam. 15'; indefinite 126 Scutum
95 18 25 35 -11 44 30 5 Large; indefinite; diam. 30'; elongated 126 Scutum
96 18 26 24 -10 17   4 Small; indefinite; elongated E and W 126 Scutum
97 18 29 5 - 9 55 60 4 Irregular; not very definite; diam. 1 degree 126 Scutum
98 18 33 16 -26 3 3 6 Very small; black; sharply defined; diam . 3' 145 Sagittarius
99 18 33 17 -21 28 7 3 Definite; 11' long E. and W., 3' wide; E end is the larger, with a faint star in it. 145 Sagittarius
100 18 32 41 - 9 8 16 5 Definite; irregular; curved; 16' long NW and SE 125 Scutum
101 18 32 40 - 8 48 8 5 Definite; irregular; 13' long NE and SW; 4' wide; separated from B100 by a scattering of small stars.H91 125 Scutum
102 18 37 41 -13 44 5 5 Rather definite; elongated NE and SW, 8' x 3' 125 Scutum
103 18 39 25 - 6 40 4 6 Irregular; diam. 4'; one small star in it 125 Scutum
104 18 47 19 - 4 32 16 5 Small, definite, caret-shaped object 105 Scutum
105 18 47 44 - 6 54 0.5 4 Very small; diam. .5'; close NE of BD -7 4710 (magnitude 8.9) 125 Scutum
106 18 48 49 - 5 4 2 6 Diam. 2'; extended N and S; free of stars 125 Scutum
107 18 49 30 - 5 0 5 6 Irregular; diam. 5'; free of stars 105 Scutum
108 18 49 34 - 6 18 3 3 Very small; diam. 3'; not black; two narrow diverging lanes extending to the N; some small stars in it 125 Scutum
109 18 49 36 - 7 33 0.7 2 Irregular; diam. .7'; close E of BD -07 4726 (magnitude 8.0) 125 Scutum
110 18 50 8 - 4 47 11 6 Irregular; diam. 11'; 105 Scutum
111 18 50   - 4 57 120 3 Region 2 degrees in diam., full of dark structures 105 Scutum
112 18 51 8 - 6 40 18 4 Diffused dark region; diam. 18' plus or minus; perhaps due to want of stars. 125 Scutum
113 18 51 24 - 4 19 16 5 Irregular; diam. 16'; small star in W part 105 Scutum
114 18 53 11 - 6 56 6 5 Diam. 6'; BD -7 4754 (magnitude 9.2) near middle; BD -7 4755 (magnitude 9.1) on S edge 125 Scutum
115 18 53 19 - 6 39 6 5 Very small and black. Very narrow, running N and S for 7'; width 1.4'. It is in a small vacant region. 125 Scutum
116 18 53 32 - 7 10   3 Narrow, semi-vacant region extending 20' S from BD -7 4755 (magnitude 9.1) 125 Scutum
117 18 53 42 - 4 50 1 6 Round; very black; diam. 1'; sharply defined 125 Scutum
117a 18 53 43 - 7 24 7 ? Black; irregular; diam. 7' 105 Scutum
118 18 53 55 - 7 26 2 6 Definite; diam. 2'; more definite and blacker than B 117 125 Scutum
119 18 54 36 - 4 32   2 Very small; close NW of BD -4 4623 (magnitude 9.2) 105 Scutum
119a 18 54 39 - 5 10 30 3 Irregular dark region; diam. .5 degree; liberally sprinkled with stars in its NW half; several dark lanes in SE part 105 Scutum
120 18 54 53 - 4 35   2 Very small; close SE of BD -4 4623 (magnitude 9.2); E side bounded by a curve of very small stars 105 Scutum
121 18 55 25 - 4 36   2 Small dusky spot; magnitude 12 star in center 105 Scutum
122 18 56 48 - 4 45 4 5 Small; diam. 4'; narrow extension 4' N 105 Scutum
123 18 57 39 - 4 43 1.5 5 Roundish; diam. 1.5'; a narrow spur 4'-5' long from its NE edge; a narrow lane 18' long and 1.5' wide from its W side to the NW 105 Scutum
124 18 57 41 - 4 21 3 ? Small, dark spot; diam. 3' 105 Scutum
125 18 58 21 - 4 23 9 ? Dark; lune shaped; 9' E and W; fairly well-defined on N border; some faint stars in it 105 Scutum
126 18 59 2 - 4 31 8 4 Dusky; round; rather definite; diam. 8' 105 Aquila
127 19 1 31 - 5 26 4.5 5 Irregular; diam. 4.5' 105 Aquila
128 19 1 40 - 4 34 10 ? Irregular; dusky; fairly well defined; diam. 10' 105 Aquila
129 19 2 4 - 5 18 5 5 Very black; sharply defined; diam. 5'; a small star at the W end 105 Aquila
130 19 1 56 - 5 34 7 5 dusky; not well defined; length 7' 105 Aquila
131 19 2 15 - 4 22 3 5 Black spot, about 2'x4' 105 Aquila
132 19 4 27 - 4 25 16 6 Dark; fairly well-defined. Tadpole-shaped, 16' long E and W. Diameter of the larger (E) part 8', with BD -4 4680 (magnitude 9.0) in center. 105 Aquila
133 19 6 12 - 6 53   6 Cometary; close W of BD -7 4852 (magnitude 9.2) 125 Aquila
134 19 6 53 - 6 14 6 6 Round; diam. 6'; dark, but not sharply defined; a small star on S edge; a similar one on N edge 125 Aquila
135 19 7 32 - 3 55 13 6 Dusky spot; diam. 13'; BD -4 4698 (magnitude 9.2) on N border; BD -4 4702 (magnitude 9.2) on SE edge 105 Aquila
136 19 8 49 - 4 0 8 6 Dusky spot; diam. 8'; 10 mag. star near middle 105 Aquila
137 19 16 0 - 1 19   3 Projection near S end of B 138 105 Aquila
138 19 16   + 0 13 180 2 Great curved, semi-vacant lane over 3 degrees in length 105 Aquila
139 19 18 0 - 1 24   5 Narrow black spot; 10 mag star on SE edge 105 Aquila
140 19 19 49 + 5 13 60 3 Semi-vacant region; diam. 1 degree 105 Aquila
141 19 20 11 + 1 53 20 1 Semi-vacant region; N of the N end of B 138; diam. 20' 105 Aquila
142 19 39 41 +10 31 40 6 Large; irregular; about 40' E and W; BD +10 4016 in E part 85 Aquila
143 19 41 25 +11 0 30 6 Rather narrow, angular marking; the outline of a square 30' in diameter, with the W side missing. 85 Aquila
144 19 58   +35 20 270 1 Large, semi-vacant region, 6 x 3 degrees, NE and SW; rather definite at NE end; diffused to the SE 48 Cygnus
145 20 2 49 +37 40 45 4 Sharply defined; 3/4 degree long E and W 48 Cygnus
146 20 3 29 +36 1   6 Very small; like a dark border to the SW side of the star BD +35 3930 (mag. 7.0) 48 Cygnus
147 20 6 50 +35 22 11 5 Very narrow sinuous dark lane 11' long E and W; BD +34 3871 (mag. 8.3 at W end) 48 Cygnus
148 20 47 42 +59 37 3 5 Very small; round; indefinite; diam. 3' 20 Cepheus
149 20 49 1 +59 31 2 5 Very small; round; indefinite; diam. 2'. This spot and B 148 each in a larger dusky space. 20 Cepheus
150 20 50 39 +60 18 60 5 Curved dark marking; 1 degree long 20 Cepheus
151 21 8 13 +56 19 60 5 Very small; very dark; diam. 1 degree; about 14' N of BD +55 2529 (magnitude 7.5); apparently a real object in a slightly larger vacancy 19 Cepheus
152 21 14 29 +61 44 9 5 Small; 15'x3' SE and NW 19 Cepheus
153 21 21 3 +56 26 60 ? Black; irregular; diam. 1 degree; 5' S of BD +55 2565 (magnitude 7.4) 19 Cepheus
154 21 21 22 +56 36 8 5 Narrow; 8' long NE and SW; BD +55 2565 (magnitude 7.4) at the S end 19 Cepheus
155 21 32 8 +44 58 13 3 Round; diam. 13'; indefinite; four small stars in a line crossing it E and W 31 Cygnus
156 21 33 59 +45 35 8 3 Diam. 8'; sharp pointed to N; BD +44 3865 (magnitude 4.1) in center 31 Cygnus
157 21 33 41 +54 40 5 4 Round; diam. 5'; 8' plus or minus W of BD +54 2576 (magnitude 8.3); a semicircle of faint stars forms the western border 19 Cygnus
158 21 37 13 +43 24 3 ? Dark spot; diam. 3'; similar to those in the region of B 159. There are some others N and W of this 31 Cygnus
159 21 38 22 +43 13 25 5 Irregular partially vacant region; diam. 25' 31 Cygnus
160 21 37 58 +56 13 31 4 Large, dark; irregular; diam. 31' NE and SW 19 Cepheus
161 21 40 22 +57 49 3 6 Small, black spot. This is one of the comet-shaped objects. The head is very sharp and black, 3' across. This extends north for some 3', then widens out into a less dense tail about 13' long. 19 Cepheus
162 21 41 9 +56 19 13 4 Very thin, curved dark strip, 13' N and S; a curve of small stars on the SW end. 19 Cepheus
163 21 42 10 +56 42   4 Small; very black; pointed to the S; two dark streams running from this to the N 19 Cepheus
164 21 46 31 +51 5 20 5 V-shaped vacancy; 20' N and S 19 Cygnus
165 21 48 56 +60 12 18 5 Length E and W 18', width 1'; BD +59 2424 (magnitude 7.8) near the E end 19 Cepheus
166 21 51 5 +60 5 5 5 Round; diam 5'; small star on SW edge 19 Cepheus
167 21 51 58 +60 4 5 5 Small; irregularly round; diam 5'; about 7' N of BD +59 2427 (magnitude 7.7) 19 Cepheus
168 21 53 20 +47 16 10 4 Small nebula at E end of dark lane. This nebula is 10' in diameter with over a dozen stars of different magnitudes in it. There is no central condensation, nor does the nebula condense about any of the stars. There are some dark markings in it. The dark lane is 1.7 degrees long and 9' wide (see Lick Observatory Publ., 11, Plate 81). 31 Cygnus
169 21 58 52 +58 45 60 3 Elliptical black ring; diam. 1 degree. This encloses an "island" of small stars. The The dark ring is broadest on its east side where its thickness is 22'. The northern part is very black and straight. BD +58 2371 (magnitude 8.5) is in the northeast part of the "island" of stars. 19 Cepheus
170 21 58 2 +58 57 15 4 Irregular black strip 26' long NE and SW, 4' wide. This is the northwest border of the island of small stars. It is sharply defined and darker than the sky. 19 Cepheus
171 22 1 18 +58 52 91 5 Irregular, broken region; diam. 19'; at the E end of the "island" of small stars. 19 Cepheus
173 22 7 28 +59 40 4 6 Diam. 4'; rather definite; a small star on N edge and one on SW edge 19 Cepheus
174 22 7 19 +59 4 19 6 Narrow; irregular; 19' long NE and SW 19 Cepheus
175 22 14 +69 56 60 ? Large; diam. 1 degree; bright nebula in N part. This is a large dark spot, extended north and south, 62' in its largest diameter. In its upper part is the star BD +69 1231 (magnitude 8.8), which is nebulous. This is apparently a large dark nebula, the brighter part of which forms the star +69 1231. In Monthly Notices, 69 (1908MNRAS..69..117W), Dr. Max Wolf gives a photograph of the nebula, stating that the object was discovered by Dr. Kopff at Heidelberg on October 12, 1908. It is conspicuous on a photograph of mine made with the Willard lens at the Lick Observatory, September 24, 1895, with 5h0m exposure. It is also shown on a photograph of mine made with the Bruce telescope, July 20, 1904, with an exposure of 3h1m. By inadvertence reference to this object was omitted in Lick Observatory Publications, 11, where it is cut out by the matting in Plate 83. 9 3 Cepheus
201 2 13 0 +57 5 10 ? Small; diam. 10'; 45' W of NGC 869 29 Perseus
202 3 25 38 +30 16 22 4 Elongated NW and SE, 33'x12' 60 Aries
203 3 25 50 +30 46   4 Elongated E and W; BD +30 539 (magnitude 9.0) in N ed 60 Aries
204 3 28 29 +30 11 14 5 Irregular; diam. 14' plus or minus; 15' SW of BD +29 566 (magnitude 6.8) 60 Aries
205 3 28 32 +31 6 15 5 Two dark strips, 15' long N and S, with BD +30 547 (magnitude 9.3) between them; close SW of BD +30 548 (neb.) 60 Perseus
206 3 29 9 +30 11 5 5 Diffused; diam. 5' plus or minus 60 Aries
207 4 4 35 +26 20   ? Small black spot, elongated nearly N and S; 7' N of BD +25 670 (magnitude 8.3) 78 Taurus
208 4 11 32 +25 9   ? Darker spot in dark lane 78 Taurus
209 4 12 23 +28 19   ? Center of a broad extension from B 7, toward the W 78 Taurus
210 4 15 33 +25 3   5 Darker spot in dark lane 78 Taurus
211 4 17 12 +27 48   5 North end of dark lane running SE from B 7; extends from position given 4h20m0s, +25 50' (1875.0) (B 217) 78 Taurus
212 4 19 14 +25 18   5 Darker spot in dark lane 78 Taurus
213 4 21 10 +27 3   ? Dark spot in lane 78 Taurus
214 4 21 55 +28 32 5 ? Diam. 5'; close N of BD +28 645 (magnitude 9.1) 78 Taurus
215 4 23 34 +25 2   5 Darker spot in dark lane 78 Taurus
216 4 23 59 +26 37   ? Dark spot in lane 78 Taurus
217 4 27 38 +26 7   ? Southeast end of dark lane running from B 7 78 Taurus
218 4 28 9 +26 16 15 ? Triangular; diam. 15'; extension to the S 78 Taurus
219 4 34   +29 35 120 5 Partly vacant space; 55' x 3 degrees, NE and SW 78 Taurus
220 4 41 30 +25 59 7 ? Round, diam. 7'; feebler extension runs NW for 1 degree; BD +25 723 (magnitude 8.3) near W edge 78 Taurus
221 4 44   +31 44 45 ? Partly vacant region; diam. about 3/4 degree 59 Auriga
222 5 8 23 +32 10 10 ? Round; indefinite; diam. 10' 59 Auriga
223 5 21 28 + 8 19 8 ? Fan-shaped nebula; diam. 8' plus or minus. This nebula is close southwest of, and apparently attached to, BD +8 933 (magnitude 6.5). It is possibly the bright part of an obscuring nebula. 96 Orion
224 5 23 54 +10 37 20 ? Indefinite; diam. 20' 96 Orion
225 5 28   +11 36   ? South end of extension running S for 35' from B 30 96 Orion
226 5 36 34 +33 42 17 ? Dark spot; diam. 17'; S of M 36 59 Auriga
227 6 7 23 +19 39 12 ? Round, diam. 12'; one or two faint stars in it 76 Orion
228 15 44 -34 30 240 6 Large vacant region about 4 degrees long NW and SE. This vacant region is about 4 degrees long, extending from RA=15h31m, dec=-32 45' to RA=15h43m, dec=-35 30' (1875.0). Its average width is about 1/2 degree. It is strongest mark at the north end. There are fragments of other dark markings several degrees west of this. 165 Lupus
229 16 17   -27 18 45 ? Indefinite, partially vacant region; diam. 3/4 deg 147 Scorpius
230 16 27   -16 47 60 ? Round; diam. about 1 degree 127 Ophiuchus
231 16 38 24 -35 25 30 6 Dusky; diam. 30'; sharpest on W side, diffuses to the E 164 Scorpius
232 16 43 44 -39 49 10 ? Dusky; 10' N and S; 2 small stars in it 164 Scorpius
233 16 44 45 -35 24 37 5 Diffused; 55' N and S; 20' wide 164 Scorpius
234 16 46 26 -30 28 18 1 Narrow; nearly 1/2 degree long, 6' wide 164 Scorpius
235 16 47 6 -44 28 7 6 Diam. 7'; elongated NE and SW; darkest part at SW end 181 Scorpius
236 16 48   -29 48   ? Center of system of indistinct dark lanes 146 Scorpius
237 16 48 55 -29 58 37 1 Dark lane N of CD -30 13487 (magnitude 8.0). Beginning about 10' NW of CD -30 13487 (magnitude 8.0) this dark lane runs NE for 37' and then turns abruptly to the E for 18'. 146 Scorpius
238 16 52 21 -23 7 13 6 Irregular; diam. 13'; BD -22 4323 (magnitude 8.0) on NW edge 146 Ophiuchus
239 16 55   -31 7 15 1 Curved; 15' long; very black and narrow; rimmed with stars on S and E sides. 164 Scorpius
240 16 59 17 -35 21 20 ? Black; diam. 20' 164 Scorpius
241 16 59 27 -30 11 12 2 Dusky; diffused; 18' long E and W, 6' wide; about 20' W of M 62 164 Ophiuchus
242 17 5 6 -32 25 19 ? Dusky; elongated E and W, 30'x8' 164 Scorpius
243 17 9 46 -29 34 25 3 Very irregular; diam. 25' 164 Ophiuchus
244 17 10 51 -28 24 25 5 Irregular; sharpest on W side; about 30' long N and S, 20' wide; from S end a narrow projection runs W for about 10'. 146 Ophiuchus
245 17 11 55 -29 24 8 3 Round; diffused; diam. 8'; several bright stars in it 146 Ophiuchus
246 17 12 1 -22 39 15 3 Irregular; diam. about 15' 146 Ophiuchus
247 17 13 6 -30 15 4 3 Black; diam. 4' 164 Scorpius
248 17 13 4 -28 59 10 5 Irregular; 10' E and W 146 Ophiuchus
249 17 13 4 -29 9 13 5 Very thin, short, black line, 5' long, 20' plus or minus wide 25' NW of NGC 6304; small star at NE end 146 Ophiuchus
250 17 13 2 -28 24 15 4 Diffused; diam. 15' 146 Ophiuchus
251 17 13 48 -20 9 13 3 Dusky; elongated NE and SW, 20'x5' 146 Ophiuchus
252 17 15 18 -32 8 20 5 Triangular; 20' N and S; eastern side diffused. Abrupt dark marking in a bright, apparently nebulous, region. CD -31 13763 (magnitude 7.7) near northeast end. 164 Scorpius
253 17 15   -22 33 60 ? Irregular dark region; diam. nearly 1 degree; BD -22 4307 (magnitude 8.8) in W part. 146 Ophiuchus
254 17 20 29 -30 7 40 5 Irregular; diffused; elongated E and W, 1 degree x 20' 164 Scorpius
255 17 20 35 -23 27 5 5 Dusky; diam. 5' 146 Ophiuchus
256 17 22 12 -28 49 50 5 Very irregular and diffused; 50' E and W; BD -28 13101 (magnitude 7.7) near E end. 146 Ophiuchus
257 17 22 46 -35 37 15 5 Dusky spot; diam. 15'; about 10' NW of CD -35 11505 (magnitude 6.7) 164 Scorpius
258 17 22 57 -34 43 40 ? Irregular area of dark markings; diam. 40' plus or minus 164 Scorpius
259 17 22 1 -19 17 30 4 Irregular dark area; diam. 1/2 degree; BD -19 4605 (magnitude 6.5) on W border; BD -19 4617 (magnitude 7.8) in E part 146 Ophiuchus
260 17 24 48 -25 37 10 ? Diffused; elongated N and S, 12'x7' 146 Ophiuchus
261 17 25 4 -23 2 10 4 Elongated E and W, 14'x5'; diffused on S side, reaching almost to CD -23 13378 (magnitude 7.6), about 18' SE of the center 146 Ophiuchus
262 17 25 -22 36 30 4 Large dark region; diam 1/2 degree; diffused except on N border. A hooklike projection from the west side, with the star BD -22 4338 (magnitude 9.6) on west end of this hook 146 Ophiuchus
263 17 26 56 -42 46 30 5 Diam. 30' NE and SW 181 Scorpius
264 17 27 12 -25 31 10 4 Narrow; black; 10' E and W; bends N at E end; 15' W of CD -25 12179 (magnitude 7.3) 146 Ophiuchus
265 17 27 36 -25 11 12 4 Irregular; 18' N and S; 7' wide; diffused on E side; about 5' W of CD -25 12171 (magnitude 9.2) 146 Ophiuchus
266 17 28 7 -20 56 30 3 Curved; 30' long NE and SW; BD -20 4775 (magnitude 7.8) just S of S edge 146 Ophiuchus
267 17 28 31 -25 13 4 5 Small; very black; elongated NW and SE, 5'x3'; CD -25 12177 (magnitude 9.3) at NW end 146 Ophiuchus
268 17 31   -20 30 75 4 Irregular dark area, 1 3/4 degree N and S; 50' wide 146 Ophiuchus
269 17 32 13 -22 45 60 ? Dusky region, 1 degree long NW and SE; BD -22 4369 (magnitude 7.5) near SE end 146 Ophiuchus
270 17 32 43 -19 35 11 5 Round; diam. 11'; in NE part of B 268 146 Ophiuchus
271 17 34   -34 15 120 ? Dusky; curved; 2 degrees N and S; 10' plus or minus wide; CD -33 12241 (magnitude 8.7) near N end 164 Scorpius
272 17 37   -23 24 45 3 Region of irregular dark markings; diam. 45'; CD -23 13469 (magnitude 8.0) near middle. 146 Ophiuchus
273 17 38 29 -33 20 15 ? Dark spot at N end of B 271; diam. 15' 164 Scorpius
274 17 38 3 -22 43 18 4 Triangular; definite; 18' N and S; BD -22 4383 (magnitude 7.5) in N end 146 Ophiuchus
275 17 38 59 -32 19 13 4 Round; diam. 13'; about 20' W of M6. 164 Scorpius
276 17 39 39 -19 49 45 6 Broken region of dark markings; diam. 3/4 degree; BD -19 4677 (magnitude 8.3) in NW part 146 Ophiuchus
277 17 40 44 -23 4 18 4 Narrow; 18' long E and W; BD -22 4387 (magnitude 8.3) at W end. A less distinct branch running 30' plus or minus to the SE forms a large V, open to the E 146 Ophiuchus
278 17 42 39 -32 18 15 4 Round; diam. 15'; about 30' E of M 6 164 Scorpius
279 17 44   -22 33 60 3 Irregular dark area; diam. 1 degree; BD -22 4405 (magnitude 7.3) near N edge; BD -22 4411 (magnitude 8.7) in E part 146 Sagittarius
280 17 44 57 -20 43 60 3 Irregular dusky area; diam. 1 degree plus or minus 146 Sagittarius
281 17 46 47 -23 43   2 Dark loop close E of CD -23 13548 (magnitude 8.1) 146 Sagittarius
282 17 48 36 -23 27 18 ? 18' long NE and SW; sharp on NW side; CD -23 13589 (magnitude 8.0) near SE end 146 Sagittarius
283 17 51   -33 52 75 5 Irregular, dusky area 1 1/2 degree plus or minus E and W, 1 degree N and S 164 Scorpius
284 17 50 6 -14 22 25 ? Curved; 35' NE and SW, 5' wide; outline sharp except at SW end; BD -14 4780 (magnitude 8.0) about 5' NW of the center 126 Serpens Cauda
285 17 51 32 -12 52 15 ? Diffused; diam. 15' 126 Serpens Cauda
286 17 53 3 -35 37 15 ? Diffused; diam. 15' plus or minus; CD -35 12013 (magnitude 7.1) in SW part 164 Scorpius
287 17 54 26 -35 11 30 5 Irregular, semi-vacancy; diam. 1/2 degree plus or minus; SE of M 7 164 Scorpius
288 17 57 6 -37 5 2 ? Black; diam. 2'; diffuses toward NE; 25' SW of CD -36 12060 (magnitude 6.3) 163 Scorpius
289 17 56 36 -29 1 25 4 Dark space between clouds, about 7'x35' 146 Sagittarius
290 17 59 20 -37 8 3 ? Very small; diam. 3' plus or minus; extends N faintly for 25' to and beyond CD -36 12060 (magnitude 6.3) 163 Corona Australis
291 17 59 43 -33 53 5 ? Small, round, black; diam. 5'. CD -33 12697 (magnitude 8.3) is on the east edge of this spot; a very faint star in the center. A dark lane 2' wide runs southerly from the spot for a distance of 25' and ends in a dark broken region. From the eastern side of the lane, 8' south of the star, a similar dark lane runs easterly, then north, for 35', ending in the broken region B 292. 163 Scorpius
292 18 0 34 -33 20 60 ? Irregular, broken, dark region; diam. 1 degree 163 Sagittarius
293 18 1 12 -35 20 18 ? Dusky; curved; like an inverted U, 18' across; CD -35 21259 (magnitude 8.5) near the center. 163 Sagittarius
294 18 1 30 -28 36 3 3 Definite; diam. 3'; star in SW part 145 Sagittarius
295 18 4 5 -31 9 50 4 Irregular, dark region, diam. 50'; full of rich, soft details of an apparently nebulous character 163 Sagittarius
296 18 4 4 -24 31 4 ? Narrow; black; 6'x1'; on S edge of M 8 145 Sagittarius
297 18 4   -18 44 75 3 Region of irregular, dark markings, 2 degrees E of M 23; 1 1/2 degree E and W and about 1 degree N and S 145 Sagittarius
298 18 5 11 -30 5 4 ? Small; diam. 4'; 5' SE of NGC 6528 163 Sagittarius
299 18 6 20 -27 17   3 Several small spots in star cloud, each about 3' in diameter 145 Sagittarius
300 18 7 1 -32 39   4 Broken dark region about 30' E of B 87 163 Sagittarius
301 18 8 50 -18 42 30 3 Dusky lane; 45' plus or minus long NE and SW; 2' wide 145 Sagittarius
302 18 9 13 -23 58 30 5 Dark spot; diam. about 1/2 degree; close N of CD -24 13962 (magnitude 7.8) 145 Sagittarius
303 18 9 28 -23 59 1 5 Very black; lune shaped, convex to E; diameter about 1'; 3' SE of CD -24 13962 (magnitude 7.8) 145 Sagittarius
304 18 13   -18 43   3 Dusky lanes in star cloud extending toward the SW from B 92 for 1 1/2 degrees 145 Sagittarius
305 18 14 37 -31 48 13 ? Dark; irregular; diam. 13'. Dark streamers radiate from this spot to the north for more than 3/4 degree and broken ones for 1/2 degree toward the southwest. 163 Sagittarius
306 18 15 44 -25 42 4 3 Small, narrow, black; 4' long NE and SW; CD -25 12920 (magnitude 8.2) 5' SW of W end; similar to B 249 145 Sagittarius
307 18 18 38 -17 57 6 3 SW of W end; similar to B 249 145 Sagittarius
308 18 19 8 -22 14 6 3 Curved; dusky; 7' E and W, 5' wide 145 Sagittarius
309 18 23 8 -24 1 5 ? Irregular; dusky; diam. 5' 145 Sagittarius
310 18 30 13 -18 35 2 3 Diam. 2'; small star near center; 20' SW of BD -18 4988 (magnitude 6.0 145 Sagittarius
311 18 30 27 -17 40 6 4 Black; elliptical; diam. 6' NE and SW; in a semi-vacant strip 35' long 145 Sagittarius
312 18 32 -15 34 75 4 Large, dark area; 1 3/4 degree NW and SE, about 30' wide. This dark area is almost elliptical in form. It is sharply defined on its north and northwest sides, but is diffused to the south, and elsewhere. There is a heavy sprinkling of small stars all over it. 125 Scutum
313 18 35 56 -15 41 15 ? Narrow; curved; 15' E and W 125 Scutum
314 18 37 4 - 9 42 35 5 Irregular, dusky marking; 35' long NE and SW 125 Scutum
315 18 42 18 -20 1 5 3 Round; dark; diam. 5' 145 Sagittarius
316 18 41 50 - 2 8 6 4 Dark; diam. 6'; sharp on its S end, gradually diffusing to the N into a wide open space 105 Aquila
317 18 45 46 -14 12 20 4 Dusky; 30' NE and SW, 5' wide 125 Scutum
318 18 49 42 - 6 23 60 2 Long, straight, dark line. This dusky line, just S of M 11, extends E and W for about 1 1/2 degrees. It is uniformly about 2' wide. 125 Scutum
319 18 51 58 - 1 16 7 ? Thin, curved, dark marking; length 7'; BD -1 3586 (magnitude 9.5) at the NE end. 105 Aquila
320 18 52 47 - 5 51 15 4 Irregular; diam. 15' plus or minus; BD -6 4941 (magnitude 7.5) near center; at S end of the large crescent-shaped marking, B 111 105 Scutum
321 18 54 2 -11 17 13 3 Dusky; 15' long E and W, 7' wide; BD -11 4795 (magnitude 7.8) near W end 125 Scutum
322 18 55 47 - 4 27 2 ? Very small; black; diam. 2'; at NE end of the "crescent", B 111 105 Scutum
323 18 57 34 - 3 25 17 ? A dark parallelogram, 17' N and S; BD -3 4423 (magnitude 9.2) in W part 105 Serpens Cauda
324 18 59 22 - 2 59 30 3 Definite, dusky loop. The crooked dusky lane forming this marking is 2'-4' wide. The length of the E side is 35'. The conspicuous star in the NE part of the loop is BD -3 4439 (magnitude 7.4). 105 Aquila
325 18 59 53 - 4 3 15 ? Irregular; dusky; 15' NW and SE 105 Aquila
326 19 3   - 0 23 20 2 Narrow; 25' long E and W; 3' wide 105 Aquila
327 19 4 26 - 5 7 25 3 Curved, dusky lane; 30' N and S; 3' wide 105 Aquila
328 19 4 49 - 4 14 4 6 Small, black; diam. 4'; 13' S of BD -4 4684 (magnitude 5.7) 105 Aquila
329 19 6 59 + 3 11 6 2 Dusky spot in star cloud; diam. 6' plus or minus; BD +2 3789 (magnitude 9.0) near E edge 105 Aquila
330 19 19 33 + 7 33 30 4 Dark; round; diam. 30'; BD +7 4028 (magnitude 7.8) on NE border 85 Aquila
331 19 26   + 7 34 40 1 Dusky, narrow lane 1 degree long NW and SE, 3' wide 85 Aquila
332 19 28   + 8 45   1 Area of dark lanes. A black spot, connected with these lanes, is located about 15' N of BD +8 4112 (magnitude 7.5) 85 Aquila
333 19 28   +10 40 60 3 Area of irregular dark lanes; diam. 1 degree plus or minus; the irregular lanes have a uniform width of about 2' or 3' 85 Aquila
334 19 35 6 +12 19 3 4 Small, dark marking; diam. 3' 85 Aquila
335 19 36 54 + 7 36 6 6 Small; very black; diam+H55. 6'; in a slightly larger dusky area; BD +7 4151 (magnitude 7.8) near its SW edge 85 Aquila
336 19 36 41 +12 20 2 5 Dark; diam. 1'-2'; in a slightly larger vacant space; BD +11 3912 (magnitude 8.6) in SW part 85 Aquila
337 19 37 0 +12 23 3 4 Dark; diam. 3', with narrow extension for 17' to NW. This small spot, with its narrow extension, is in a relatively darker space in the star cloud. 85 Aquila
338 19 43 2 + 7 27 8 3 Dusky; diam. 8'; just S of BD +7 4191 (magnitude 8.8); in S part of B 339 85 Aquila
339 19 44   + 8 17 60 2 Broken, dusky region covering more than 1 degree 85 Aquila
340 19 48 44 +11 24 7 5 Irregular, curved; diam. 7'; 25' S of BD +11 3994 (magnitude 5.8); a narrow extension for 15' to the N 85 Aquila
341 19 50 1 +34 16 30 3 Narrow, dark lane, about 30' E and W. This is one of several similar dark lines in this region. They are very clear cut and narrow, not more than 1.5' wide. 48 Cygnus
342 20 9 30 +41 12 4 4 Small, dark marking; 4' E and W 32 Cygnus
343 20 13 26 +40 16 13 5 Elongated; 13' long NW and SE; sharpest at SE end; several stars in S part; 10' plus or minus E of BD +39 4082 (magnitude 7.5) 32 Cygnus
344 20 16 12 +40 13 7 3 Dusky spot, 7' long; like an arrowhead, pointed SW; small star at NE end 32 Cygnus
345 20 21 0 +46 33 15 ? Curved; convex to the E; 15' long; bordered by two parallel curves of small stars. 32 Cygnus
346 20 26 46 +43 44 10 3 Curved, black spot; diam. 10'; embraces to the N a triangular mass of small stars 32 Cygnus
347 20 28 27 +39 54 1 4 Dark streak in nebulous cloud; less than 1' wide, extending 10' SW from BD +39 4206 (magnitude 8.8) 48 Cygnus
348 20 34 +42 5 60 3 Narrow, dusky; nearly 1 degree long NE and SW. The southwest end of this dusky lane curves west and then north, curving around the star BD +41 3799 (magnitude 6.7). 32 Cygnus
349 20 47 24 +43 57 6 ? Small, curved, dusky; diam. 6'. Elongated north and south, with dusky extension running 15' NW. A short line of small stars close west. 32 Cygnus
350 20 49 6 +45 52 3 6 Small, round, dusky; diam. 3'; 14' S of BD +45 3291 (magnitude 5.6) 32 Cygnus
351 20 52 27 +47 24 20 ? Crooked, dusky lane, 3' wide, 25' long NE and SW; 1/2 degree W of BD +46 3111 (magnitude 6.0) 32 Cygnus
352 20 57 10 +45 53 22 5 Large; black; diam. 22'; sharply defined on SE side; a row of five stars runs nearly N and S across its E end 32 Cygnus
353 20 57 22 +45 28 9 ? Definite; dusky; 12' N and S; 6' wide 32 Cygnus
354 20 58   +58 9 60 2 Dusky; irregular; 1 degree NE and SW 19 Cepheus
355 20 59 38 +43 11 5 ? Dark; definite; 5' E and W; like a letter V - the open end toward the E 32 Cygnus
356 20 59 58 +46 41 24 5 Irregular; dusky; diam. 24; BD +46 3141 (magnitude 7.6) on SE border; irregular extension for 1 1/2 degree toward the NE 32 Cygnus
357 20 59 52 +55 34 30 5 Irregular; dusky; diam. 30; BD +55 2495 (magnitude 7.9) in NW edge; BD +54 2455 (magnitude 9.0) near center 19 Cepheus
358 21 5 40 +43 16 20 ? Diam. 20'; diffuses to NE; a curve of stars along N edge; BD +42 3960 (magnitude 9.5) at W side 32 Cygnus
359 21 6 46 +57 10 20 5 Narrow; dusky; 20' long NE and SW; BD +56 2527 (magnitude 8.7) about 7' W of SW end. 19 Cepheus
360 21 7 52 +56 30 54 5 Irregular, dark marking. This, together with the dusky space in which B 151 is located, forms an irregular, zigzag marking 54' long. 19 Cepheus
361 21 12 45 +47 25 20 4 Round; diam. 20'; irreg. extension to W for 1/2 degree, plus or minus 32 Cygnus
362 21 23 57 +50 12 15 5 Elongated; 15' NE and SW; BD +49 3517 (magnitude 9.0) on NE edge 32 Cygnus
363 21 24 53 +48 56 40 3 Irregular; dusky; 40' long NE and SW; BD +48 3390 (magnitude 5.5) 7' plus or minus E of SE side 32 Cygnus
364 21 34   +54 33 75 5 Region of many small dark lanes; diam. 1 1/4 degree 19 Cygnus
365 21 34 53 +56 43 22 4 Dark S-shaped object; 22' long N and S; BD +55 2604 (magnitude 9.0) near SW end 19 Cepheus
366 21 40 21 +59 34 10 3 Roundish; dusky; diam. 10'; 12' S of BD +59 2409 (magnitude 6.9); two small stars on N border 19 Cepheus
367 21 44 24 +57 10 5 5 Small; dark; 5' NW and SE; about 5' NW of BD +56 2635 (magnitude 9.5) 19 Cepheus
368 21 50 55 +58 59 14 5 Dusky spot, 14' long NE and SW; a row of small stars in it; about 4' SW of BD +58 2340 (magnitude 9.0) 19 Cepheus
369 22 15 54 +56 1 5 3 Round; dusky; diam. 5'; about 13' NE of BD +55 2709 (magnitude 7.8) 19 Cepheus
370 22 34   +56 38   ? Region of narrow dark lanes 19 Lacerta

Notes:
1 Deep Sky Field Guide
2 Uranometria, second edition
3 Not Plotted