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Observatory Parameters
Nov 24
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
11:43 22:09

Elliptical Galaxy NGC 770 Galaxy in Aries Constellation

Size: 1.1' x 48'' Magnitude: 12.8 Also known as Arp 78, CGCG 461-16, MCG 3-6-10, PGC 7517, UGC 1463
Credit: NGC/IC Project
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Data Sheet

21.3
1h 59m 13s
18º 57' 17''
0.0082
E1 - Elliptical
113 M light years
Last visited objects: NGC 770

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