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Observatory Parameters
Nov 17
Ashburn
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05:52 16:51
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Spiral Galaxy NGC 4672 Galaxy in Centaurus Constellation

Size: 2.2' x 36'' Magnitude: 13.1 Also known as ESO 322-73, AM 1243-412, DCL 189, IRAS 12435-4125, MCG -7-26-41, PGC 43073, PRC C-42
Credit: NGC/IC Project

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Data Sheet

22.0
12h 46m 15s
-41º 42' 21''
0.0107
Sa - Spiral
147 M light years
Last visited objects: NGC 4672

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