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Observatory Parameters
Nov 20
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
08:39 18:46

Planetary Nebula NGC 1501 Planetary Nebula in Camelopardalis Constellation

Size: 52.2'' Magnitude: 11.5 Also known as PK 144+6.1
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Size: 1,638 × 1,204 px
Visual Field: 0.1º
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Size: 1,313 × 1,100 px
Visual Field: 0.1º
Uploaded by tomastron SA, Germany
Size: 2,077 × 1,773 px
Visual Field: 0.1º
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Size: 2,986 × 1,912 px
Visual Field: 0.9º
Uploaded by exaxe Surgères, France
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Visual Field: 0.1º
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Size: 420 × 313 px

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19.8
4h 06m 59s
60º 55' 17''
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