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Nov 22
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
10:18 20:21

Galaxy NGC 1569 Galaxy in Camelopardalis Constellation

Size: 3.7' x 1.8' Magnitude: 11.0 Also known as 7ZW 16, Arp 210, CGCG 306-1, IRAS 04260+6444, MCG 11-6-1, PGC 15345, UGC 3056
Credit: Credit for Advanced Camera Data: NASA, ESA, A. Aloisi (STScI/ESA), J. Mack and A. Grocholski (STScI), M. Sirianni (STScI/ESA), R. van der Marel (STScI), L. Angeretti, D. Romano, and M. Tosi (INAF-OAB), and F. Annibali, L. Greggio, and E. Held (INAF-OAP)Credit for Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 Data: NASA, ESA, P. Shopbell (California Institute of Technology), R. Dufour (Rice University), D. Walter (South Carolina State University, Orangeburg), and A. Wilson (University of Maryland, College Park)
Credit: European Space Agency, NASA & Peter Anders (Göttingen University Galaxy Evolution Group, Germany)
Credit: Antonelia Fruscione, Richard Grifliths and John MacKenty (STScI)

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4h 30m 49s
64º 50' 52''
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9.5 M light years
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