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Observatory Parameters
Jan 21
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
10:02 21:49

Planetary Nebula NGC 2022 Planetary Nebula in Orion Constellation

Size: 39'' Magnitude: 11.6 Also known as PK 196-10.1
Credit: Howard Bond (ST ScI) and NASA/ESA
Uploaded by Tom_Wildoner PA, United States
Size: 5,318 × 4,284 px
Visual Field: 0.2º
ISO: 5,000
Uploaded by RiccardoBallerini
Size: 2,972 × 2,132 px
Visual Field: 1.1º
Uploaded by RiccardoBallerini
Size: 2,972 × 2,132 px
Visual Field: 1.1º
Uploaded by Jerry Armstrong GA, United States
Size: 1,000 × 762 px
ISO: 6,400

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19.3
5h 42m 06s
9º 05' 12''
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