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Observatory Parameters
Nov 24
Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
11:43 22:09

The Pipe Nebula · B 78 Dark Nebula in Ophiuchus Constellation

Size: 3.3º x 2.3º Magnitude: N/A Also known as LDN 42
Credit: Bersonic Astronomy
Uploaded by Mamete
Size: 4,572 × 3,047 px
Visual Field: 3.8º
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Size: 4,572 × 3,047 px
Uploaded by jpineirov Dto. Capital, Venezuela
Size: 1,800 × 1,208 px
Visual Field: 12.3º
ISO: 1,600
Uploaded by wellersonlopes MG, Brazil
Size: 3,894 × 2,588 px
Visual Field: 30.1º
ISO: 800
Uploaded by junastro71
Size: 2,848 × 4,272 px
Visual Field: 12.8º
Uploaded by SeijiPhotoArt
Size: 3,000 × 1,999 px
Visual Field: 11.0º

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Hourly Elevation Nov 24

The Pipe Nebula as seen from Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
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Data Sheet

17h 32m 59s
-25º 36' 00''
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