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Nov 18
Ashburn
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New Moon
06:49 17:26

Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1808 Galaxy in Columba Constellation

Size: 6.5' x 3.9' Magnitude: 9.9 Also known as ESO 305-8, AM 0505-373, IRAS 05059-3734, MCG -6-12-5, PGC 16779
Credit: Jim Flood, an amateur astronomer affiliated with Sperry Observatory at Union College in New Jersey, and Max Mutchler, a member of the Space Telescope Science Institute staff who volunteered to work with Jim
Credit: Jim Flood, an amateur astronomer affiliated with Sperry Observatory at Union College in New Jersey, and Max Mutchler, a member of the Space Telescope Science Institute staff who volunteered to work with Jim
Credit: Jim Flood, an amateur astronomer affiliated with Sperry Observatory at Union College in New Jersey, and Max Mutchler, a member of the Space Telescope Science Institute staff who volunteered to work with Jim
Credit: Jim Flood, an amateur astronomer affiliated with Sperry Observatory at Union College in New Jersey, and Max Mutchler, a member of the Space Telescope Science Institute staff who volunteered to work with Jim
Credit: ESO
Credit: ESO
Credit: ESO

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Data Sheet

22.0
5h 07m 42s
-37º 30' 47''
0.0033
SBa - Barred Spiral
46 M light years
Last visited objects: NGC 1808

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