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Observatory Parameters
Apr 22
Lat. 39.1, Lon. -77.6
Clouds: Seeing:
First Quarter
12:08 01:57

Sagittarius Star Cloud · M 24 Open Cluster in Sagittarius Constellation

Size: N/A Magnitude: N/A Also known as IC 4715, ESO 591-**1
Uploaded by Jim Lindelien Provincia de Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Size: 5,800 × 3,262 px
Visual Field: 5.0º
ISO: 1,600
Uploaded by Randal Healey
Size: 3,898 × 2,572 px
Visual Field: 1.9º
Uploaded by Wulf_Pfeiffer
Size: 3,020 × 1,983 px
Visual Field: 1.4º
Uploaded by LoganSkies
Size: 5,174 × 3,451 px
Visual Field: 1.0º
Uploaded by Barry_Wilson
Size: 3,960 × 2,608 px
Visual Field: 1.9º
Uploaded by Randal Healey
Size: 3,898 × 2,572 px

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18h 18m 48s
-18º 32' 59''
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