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More Seyfert galaxies

Point your telescope at more of these high-energy celestial wonders.
NGC4319 and Markarian 205
The quasar known as Markarian 205 is in the upper right. NASA/The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
In the May 2011 issue of Astronomy, Douglasville, Georgia, amateur astronomer Richard Jakiel authored “How to observe high-energy galaxies.” In that story, Jakiel selected 14 Seyfert galaxies you can observe. But that’s hardly all of these galactic marvels. Here’s a table that contains 15 more, courtesy of the author.

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