I often search this forum for the very faint objects that I like to go after and very often times find that these objects aren't mentioned anywhere at all on cloudynights! The best way to fix that is to start reporting on some of them occasionally and see if others have ever seen them.
I went out observing after midnight on 2/2/2020, as moon set was 1:08am where I was in Missouri. Transparency was great (21.48 SQML) and seeing was particularly poor. I started off the night in Coma Berenices looking at NGC 5056 on the Herschel II Spring list and wrote the following, all at 237x through my 18.5" dob:
NGC 5056 - Somewhat bright, clearly elongated N to S, small, bright mag 9 star 3.5' away, some slight brightening near the core, nearby dimmer NGC 5057 seen in the field.
From there, I started looking at nearby galaxyies; NGC 5065 and PGC 46284, the second of which was barely visible, but confirmed by a friend observing with me.
NGC 5065 - Somewhat dim, dim mag 15 field star very close by, elongated E to W but not clearly so, even surface brightness, somewhat small; smaller, dimmer PGC galaxy in view.
PGC 46284 - Very dim, no structure seen, fluttered in and out with averted vision, small. Listed in SkySafari as magnitude 15.52; calculated afterwards to be ~15.16.
From there, I moved slightly NNE into Canes Venatici and observed a pair of very faint PGC galaxies:
PGC 46368 - Very dim, small, no detail seen, paired with a similar sized but dimmer PGC very close by. Listed in SS as magnitude 15.1, calculated to be ~14.33.
PGC 1942784 - Extremely dim, in and out using averted vision only, not seen directly. Listed in SS as magnitude 15.81, calculated to be ~15.06, but visually appeared slightly dimmer than PGC 46284.
After looking at NGC 5074, also in the field with the above pair, I looked at another very faint PGC:
PGC 46377 - Extremely dim, very small, averted vision only, shares field with much brighter NGC 5074. Listed in SS as magnitude 15.67, calculated to be ~15.00.
Lastly, I took a look at ICs 4225, 4226 and 4227, all much brighter than the PGCs listed above before packing up around 4:30am. I'm curious who else has seen some of these objects and what you were able to see?