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Observatory Parameters
Nov 20
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
08:39 18:46

Galaxy M 100 Galaxy in Coma Berenices Constellation

Size: 7.5' x 6.1' Magnitude: 9.4 Also known as NGC 4321, CGCG 99-30, IRAS 12204+1605, KUG 1220+160, MCG 3-32-15, PGC 40153, UGC 7450, VCC 596
Credit: ESO
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Data Sheet

22.2
12h 22m 54s
15º 49' 21''
0.0052
SBbc -
72 M light years
Last visited objects: M 100

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