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Observatory Parameters
Jan 16
Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
Clouds: Seeing:
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06:59 17:03
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Galaxy NGC 4650A Galaxy in Centaurus Constellation

Size: 1.6' x 48'' Magnitude: 13.3 Also known as ESO 322-69, AM 1242-402, DCL 178, PGC 42951, PRC A-5
Credit: ESO
Uploaded by Sungrazer NSW, Australia
Size: 3,128 × 2,472 px
Visual Field: 0.8º
Credit: The Hubble Heritage Team (AURA/STScI/NASA/ESA)
Credit: ESO/MUSE consortium/R. Bacon
Credit: ESO/MUSE consortium/R. Bacon/L. Calçada
Credit: ESO

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Data Sheet

22.2
12h 44m 48s
-40º 42' 51''
0.0096
S0-a -
132 M light years
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