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Jan 16
Ashburn
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06:59 17:03
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Galaxy NGC 2336 Galaxy in Camelopardalis Constellation

Size: 7.1' x 3.9' Magnitude: 10.4 Also known as CGCG 348-34, CGCG 349-4, IRAS 07184+8016, KCPG 132A, MCG 13-6-6, PGC 21033, UGC 3809
Credit: NGC/IC Project
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Size: 1,367 × 1,021 px
Visual Field: 0.2º
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Visual Field: 0.2º
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Visual Field: 0.3º
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Data Sheet

22.6
7h 27m 03s
80º 10' 40''
0.0074
SBbc -
101 M light years
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