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Observatory Parameters
Jan 19
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
08:58 19:51

Globular Cluster M 14 Globular Cluster in Ophiuchus Constellation

Size: 11' Magnitude: 7.6 Also known as NGC 6402, GCL 72
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Visual Field: 0.5º
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Size: 1,341 × 1,039 px
Visual Field: 0.3º
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Visual Field: 0.7º
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21.4
17h 37m 36s
-3º 14' 43''
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