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Observatory Parameters
Nov 22
Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
10:18 20:21

Large Magellanic Cloud · ESO 56-115 Galaxy in Dorado Constellation

Size: 10.8º x 9.2º Magnitude: 0.9
Uploaded by Mark Sansom VIC, Australia
Size: 3,000 × 1,988 px
Visual Field: 5.1º
ISO: 3,200
Uploaded by Anjiloh Hardap Region, Namibia
Size: 1,920 × 1,272 px
ISO: 2,000
Uploaded by Anjiloh Hardap Region, Namibia
Size: 1,920 × 1,272 px
ISO: 2,000
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Size: 4,000 × 3,000 px
Visual Field: 21.5º
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Visual Field: 21.6º
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Size: 4,009 × 3,152 px
Visual Field: 43.6º

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5h 23m 36s
-69º 45' 00''
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