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This elliptical galaxy fills a large portion of the
detector. New spectroscopic evidence shows that what appears to be a
bright nucleus is a star superimposed on the center of the galaxy
(Marchesini et al. private communication; [Chiaberge et al.2002]).
Several point sources are discernible on the field of view, some of
them are possibly globular clusters.
David James Elford Floyd