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Observatory Parameters
Mar 24
Lat. 39.1, Lon. -77.6
Clouds: Seeing:
First Quarter
12:12 02:04

Spiral Galaxy NGC 800 Galaxy in Cetus Constellation

Size: 1' x 54'' Magnitude: 13.1 Also known as CGCG 387-28, IRAS 01596-0021, KCPG 52A, KUG 0159-003, MCG 0-6-24, PGC 7740, UGC 1526
Credit: NGC/IC Project
Credit: ESO

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Spiral Galaxy NGC 800 as seen from Lat. 39.1, Lon. -77.6
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Data Sheet

2h 02m 11s
-0º 07' 50''
Sc - Spiral
274 M light years
Last visited objects: NGC 800

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