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

Galaxy NGC 4151 Galaxy in Canes Venatici Constellation

Size: 6.3' x 4.5' Magnitude: 10.8 Also known as CGCG 215-45, KCPG 324B, KUG 1208+396A, MCG 7-25-44, PGC 38739, UGC 7166
Credit: NGC/IC Project
Uploaded by astroeyes Weymouth, United Kingdom
Size: 1,336 × 973 px
Visual Field: 0.3º
Credit: John Hutchings (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), Bruce Woodgate (GSFC/NASA/ESA), Mary Beth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University), Steven Kraemer(Catholic University of America), and the STIS Team
Credit: John Hutchings (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), Bruce Woodgate (GSFC/NASA/ESA), Mary Beth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University), Steven Kraemer(Catholic University of America), and the STIS Team
Credit: John Hutchings (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), Bruce Woodgate (GSFC/NASA/ESA), Mary Beth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University), Steven Kraemer(Catholic University of America), and the STIS Team
Credit: John Hutchings (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), Bruce Woodgate (GSFC/NASA/ESA), Mary Beth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University), Steven Kraemer(Catholic University of America), and the STIS Team
Credit: John Hutchings (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), Bruce Woodgate (GSFC/NASA/ESA), Mary Beth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University), Steven Kraemer(Catholic University of America), and the STIS Team

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Data Sheet

23.1
12h 10m 32s
39º 24' 23''
0.0033
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46 M light years
Last visited objects: NGC 4151

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