Amatha Galaxy (NGC 925)
The galaxy was discovered on 13th September 1784 by the German-British astronomer William Herschel with his self-made 18.7 inch f/12.8 reflecting telescope in Slough, England. He recorded it as III 177, Class III standing for very faint nebulae. He noted: «Very faint, considerably large, irregularly round, resolvable, 2 or 3' in diameter.»  John L. E. Dreyer entered the galaxy as NGC 925 in his «New General Catalogue of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars» published in 1888. 
The galaxy NGC 925 is an H-II galaxy of the morphological type SAB(s)d and has a redshift of z ≈ 0.00185, which corresponds to a distance of about 7 Mpc to 10 Mpc. It belongs to the NGC 1023 Galaxy Group. 
|Right Ascension (J2000.0)||02h 27m 16.8s|
|Declination (J2000.0)||+33° 34' 44"|
|Diameter||10.5 × 5.9 arcmin|
|Photographic (blue) magnitude||10.7 mag|
|Visual magnitude||10.1 mag|
|Surface brightness||14.4 mag·arcmin-2|
|Distance derived from z||7.79 Mpc|
|Metric Distance||8.570 Mpc|
|Dreyer Description||cF, cL, E, vgbM, 2 st 13 np|
|Identification, Remarks||UGC 1913, MCG 5-6-45, CGCG 504-85, IRAS 02243+3321, KARA 105, KUG 0224+333|
The galaxy is located in the Triangulum constellation. The best time to observe is July to February, when it is highest at night.
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