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Oct 18
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
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06:01 18:14
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Open Cluster Tr 32 Open Cluster in Serpens Constellation

Size: 4' Magnitude: 12.2 Also known as Harvard 19
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Open Cluster Tr 32 as seen from Ashburn
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Data Sheet

23.8
18h 17m 12s
-13º 21' 00''
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Last visited objects: Tr 32

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