In the far southern constellation of Indus, start at mag. +4.4 star Delta (b) Indi, then move 3° southwest to find a brilliant binocular triple star, JC 25 (RA 21h 44.0m, Dec -57° 20’), arranged in a dog-leg shape. Starting from its central mag +6.5 star, one mag. +6.9 companion is located 2.5 arcminutes north, with the other mag. +7.3 star 3.1 arcminutes southwest. All three are distinctly yellow. Returning to Delta Indi, move 3.8° north to uncover the mag. +9.9 irregular galaxy, IC 5152 (pictured – RA 22h 02.7m, Dec -51° 18’). Its claim to fame is being a member of the local group of galaxies. Visually this oval-shaped (1.5 arcminutes x 3.0 arcminutes) haze appears evenly lit but observing it is a bit of a challenge, as the galaxy has to compete with the glow of a bright (mag. +7.8) star on its northwestern edge.