# What can be seen with a 4.5" telescope

I just got a 4.5" Newtonian reflector. The skies haven't been clear where I live lately so I've only been able to use it to see the moon and Jupiter (I was also able to see the Galilean moons). A friend of mine with a similar telescope says he can see Saturn with its rings and the phases of Venus with his telescope. I am wondering what else I can see with a telescope my size, specifically which Messier objects I can see with my telescope. I live in a suburban area near a small urban area and so light pollution is a concern but I have access to darker skies close by.

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Once I've seen Andromeda with a similar telescope: it looks like a cloud as (I think) the telescope is too small to see any structure. The sky was relatively dark. –  Francesco Montesano Dec 19 '13 at 8:26
A big part of the answer is - What latitude are you at? The Double Cluster in Perseus is an amazing site in a small wide field scope. –  asawyer Dec 19 '13 at 14:51
I am at 40.75$^\circ$ north. –  Joshua Dec 19 '13 at 16:39