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Observatory Parameters
Feb 19
Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
09:07 21:46

Tau Canis Majoris cluster · NGC 2362 Open Cluster in Canis Major Constellation

Size: 6' Magnitude: 3.8 Also known as ESO 492-SC9, C 64, OCL 633
Uploaded by Marcelo Alves RJ, Brazil
Size: 3,713 × 3,272 px
Visual Field: 0.4º
ISO: 800
Uploaded by Marcelo Alves RJ, Brazil
Size: 3,656 × 2,778 px
Visual Field: 0.2º
Uploaded by astrophotoman
Size: 2,632 × 3,952 px
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Size: 1,619 × 1,219 px
Uploaded by Nuncius Australis RJ, Brazil
Size: 4,272 × 2,847 px
Visual Field: 0.2º
Uploaded by jdiwnab VA, United States
Size: 3,600 × 2,400 px
Visual Field: 0.7º
ISO: 800

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