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Observatory Parameters
Dec 14
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waning Crescent
03:46 14:54

Andromeda Galaxy · M 31 Galaxy in Andromeda Constellation

Size: 3.2º x 1º Magnitude: 3.4 Also known as NGC 224, CGCG 535-17, MCG 7-2-16, PGC 2557, UGC 454
Uploaded by Phil Edmonds England, United Kingdom
Size: 5,800 × 3,941 px
Visual Field: 1.2º
ISO: 400
Uploaded by Luptak_Norbert Kistokaj, Hungary
Size: 2,999 × 1,987 px
Visual Field: 0.5º
ISO: 800
Uploaded by Jez_Gray
Size: 2,592 × 3,872 px
Visual Field: 6.9º
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Size: 5,202 × 3,465 px
Visual Field: 1.0º
ISO: 800
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Size: 3,888 × 2,592 px
Uploaded by GLM00 CA, United States
Size: 4,016 × 3,016 px
Visual Field: 1.7º
ISO: 400

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Data Sheet

22.2
0h 42m 44s
41º 16' 08''
-0.0010
Sb - Spiral
2.6 M light years
Last visited objects: Andromeda Galaxy

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