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Observatory Parameters
Nov 18
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
New Moon
06:49 17:26

Spiral Galaxy M 108 Galaxy in Ursa Major Constellation

Size: 8.6' x 2.4' Magnitude: 10.0 Also known as NGC 3556, CGCG 267-48, CGCG 268-1, IRAS 11085+5556, KARA 469, MCG 9-18-98, PGC 34030, UGC 6225
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Data Sheet

21.9
11h 11m 29s
55º 40' 22''
0.0023
Sc - Spiral
32 M light years
Last visited objects: M 108

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