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Jan 16
Ashburn
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Galaxy IC 1361 Galaxy in Equuleus Constellation

Size: 54'' x 36'' Magnitude: 14.2 Also known as CGCG 401-5, IRAS 21089+0450, MCG 1-54-2, NPM1G +04.0529, PGC 66297, UGC 11692

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Data Sheet

22.2
21h 11m 29s
5º 03' 17''
0.0132
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182 M light years
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