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Oct 18
Ashburn
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Spiral Galaxy IC 211 Galaxy in Cetus Constellation

Size: 2.3' x 1.8' Magnitude: 13.2 Also known as CGCG 413-57, IRAS 02085+0337, KCPG 59A, KUG 0208+036, MCG 1-6-53, PGC 8360, UGC 1678

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Spiral Galaxy IC 211 as seen from Ashburn
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Data Sheet

23.4
2h 11m 07s
3º 51' 06''
0.0109
Sc - Spiral
150 M light years
Last visited objects: IC 211

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