|Right Ascension||12 : 59.6 (h:m)
|Declination||-70 : 53 (deg:m)
|Visual Brightness||6.91 (mag)
|Apparent Dimension||13.5 (arc min)|
Discovered by Nicholas Louis de Lacaille on March 17, 1752.
The southern globular cluster NGC 4833 was discovered by Nicholas Louis de Lacaille during his 1751-1752 journey to South Africa.
The image in this page was obtained by Michael Purcell from the Grove Creek Observatory, Australia, with a C-14 telescope at f/7 and ST-7 CCD camera on April 28, 1998 at 18:52:30 UT. It was exposed for 30 sec.
In the Astronomical League's Southern Sky Binocular Club list. Caldwell 105 in Patrick Moore's list.
Last Modification: March 22, 1998