2 Stars NGC 44
2 Stars in constellation Andromeda (Daughter of Cassiopeia).
#1 — Credit: NGC/IC Project
0h 13m 11s0.22000000
31º 16' 59''31.28333282
Maximum altitude: 82.2 degrees at 00:25 hours
Best period for observing at
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