Cluster:    Abell 1185 UMa (Abell distance class 2)
Site: Neutsch, Odenwald 
fst: 6m,5
Instr.: 457/1850-Newton
Mag. 154 , 222
Description: There are only few galaxy clusters listed as dc2 and AGC 1185 perhaps is the the most prominent one. The cluster is very large in size: It covers an area of 30 arc minutes. A whole lot of stellar galaxies not listed by the GSC but identified with Webb Society Handbook 5. Number 1 is a very bright and dominating object. 

Nr. Object (MegaStar) mag.     Description with 18"
 1 NGC 3550 14.1p  pretty bright, definite, round, bright central region 
 2 NGC 3552 14.8 pretty bright, small, bright centre, diffuse 
 3 NGC 3553 15.6 easy, small, diffuse, central condensation 
 4 NGC 3554 15.4 easy, round, slightly brighter to the middle 
 5 NGC 3558 (MKN 422) 14.6p conspicuous, bright central condensation 
 6 NGC 3561A 14.3 easy, elongated, stellar core? 
 7 NGC 3561B 14.7 easy, round, diffuse 
 8 MCG+5-27-12 15.5 definite, shapeless glow 
 9 MCG+5-27-15 15.5 definite, shapeless glow 
10 MCG+5-27-16 15.7 definite, slightly elongated, diffuse 
11 CGCG 156-2 15.5 definite, shapeless glow, close to a star 
12 PGC 33994 suspected
13 KUG 1107+288 suspected 
14 MAC 1111+2845A suspected 
15 MAC 1110+2841A suspected, elongated? 
16 MAC 1110+2841B suspected
17 MAC 1111+2832 suspected 
18 MAC 1110+2843A suspected, elongated? 
19 MAC 1110+2843B suspected, elongated? 
20 MAC 1110+2840 suspected 
21 MAC 1110+2837 suspected, star close to E