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

Siamese Twins Galaxy in Virgo Constellation

Size: 4.6' x 2.1' Magnitude: 12.0 Members: NGC 4567, NGC 4568
Credit: NGC/IC Project
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Visual Field: 0.7º
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Visual Field: 0.2º
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Size: 659 × 494 px
Visual Field: 0.1º
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Visual Field: 5.1º
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Visual Field: 7.0º
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Hourly Elevation Nov 22

Siamese Twins as seen from Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
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Data Sheet

12h 36m 33s
11º 14' 30''
59 M light years
Last visited objects: Siamese Twins

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