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Credit: G. Fritz Benedict, Andrew Howell, Inger Jorgensen, David Chapell (University of Texas), Jeffery Kenney (Yale University), and Beverly J. Smith (CASA, University of Colorado), and NASA/ESA
Credit: G. Fritz Benedict, Andrew Howell, Inger Jorgensen, David Chapell (University of Texas), Jeffery Kenney (Yale University), and Beverly J. Smith (CASA, University of Colorado), and NASA/ESA
Credit: G. Fritz Benedict, Andrew Howell, Inger Jorgensen, David Chapell (University of Texas), Jeffery Kenney (Yale University), and Beverly J. Smith (CASA, University of Colorado), NASA/ESA and McDonald Observatory
Credit: McDonald Observatory

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Galaxy NGC 4314

Galaxy in Coma Berenices constellation (Berenice's Hair). Also known as CGCG 158-93, IRAS 12200+3010, KUG 1220+301, MCG 5-29-75, PGC 40097, UGC 7443.
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4.2' x 3.7'
10.6
13.4
12h 22m 31s
29º 53' 45''
0.0032
SBa - Barred Spiral
44 M light years

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