30 minutes exposure, Fuji Super HG II 400 film. 50mm f/2.0 Nikkormat lens.

To the south of Grus (visible at the upper right) is the constellation Tucana. Tucana is a large sprawling constellation of mostly faint stars. Despite its faintness, it contains a number of interesting deep-sky objects, two of which are amongst the top showpieces of the sky. These are the Small Magellanic Cloud, visible at the bottom of the picture, and NGC 104, also known as 47 tucanae, visible as a bright object a little above the Small Magellanic Cloud. Very close to both of these objects is another very fine object NGC 362.