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Jan 16
Ashburn
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06:59 17:03
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Open Cluster NGC 6374 Open Cluster in Scorpius Constellation

Size: 20' Magnitude: 5.5 Also known as NGC 6383, ESO 393-SC7, OCL 1026
Credit: NGC/IC Project
Uploaded by Ivaylo Stoynov
Size: 2,464 × 1,440 px
Visual Field: 16.1º
Uploaded by Miles_Zhou
Size: 2,741 × 1,824 px
Visual Field: 11.9º
Uploaded by Tiago_Narciso
Size: 5,131 × 3,384 px
Visual Field: 12.3º
Uploaded by HERITON
Size: 2,842 × 2,117 px
Visual Field: 11.1º
ISO: 12,800
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Size: 1,600 × 1,066 px
Visual Field: 12.2º
Uploaded by junastro71 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Size: 3,513 × 2,503 px
Visual Field: 14.6º
ISO: 800

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Data Sheet

20.6
17h 34m 42s
-32º 34' 53''
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