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

Open Cluster NGC 1818 Open Cluster in Dorado Constellation

Size: 3.4' Magnitude: 9.7 Also known as ESO 85-SC40
Credit: Rebecca Elson and Richard Sword, Cambridge UK, and NASA/ESA (Original WFPC2image courtesy J. Westphal, Caltech)
Uploaded by Jorge_Moraes RJ, Brazil
Size: 799 × 719 px
ISO: 800
Credit: Rebecca Elson and Richard Sword, Cambridge UK, and NASA/ESA (Original WFPC2image courtesy J. Westphal, Caltech)
Credit: NASA & ESA

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