NGC 6752 is a large and bright globular cluster in Pavo that is almost totally unknown to northern hemisphere observers due to its -60 degree declination. It is visible to the naked eye and is larger and brighter than the better known M13. The cluster shows good resolution in an 8" telescope, and is one of the show pieces of the southern sky.
There are a number of faint galaxies close by NGC 6752. Several of the brighter ones are indicated in the image below. Since they are all between 12th and 13th magnitude, and so should be easy enough to observe with an 8" telescope. They would probably be better know if it were not for the presence of the globular cluster.
|IC 4830||19 13.8||-59 17.7||13.5||1.6'x1.2'|
|IC 4836||19 16.3||-60 12.0||13.3||1.4'x1.2'|
|NGC 6369/70/71||19 18.4||-60 30.0||13.0 12.8 12.5||2.3'x1.4' 2.3'x1.6' 2.3'x0.4'|
|IC 4842||19 19.4||-60 38.7||13.4||1.9'x0.9'|
|IC 4827||19 13.4||-60 51.6||13.2||2.8'x0.4'|
|IC 4819||19 07.1||-59 27.9||14.1||2.8'x0.3'|