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Observatory Parameters
Mar 24
Lat. 39.1, Lon. -77.6
Clouds: Seeing:
First Quarter
12:12 02:04

Ptolemy Cluster · M 7 Open Cluster in Scorpius Constellation

Size: 1.3º Magnitude: 3.3 Also known as NGC 6475, ESO 394-SC9, OCL 1028
Credit: ESO
Uploaded by Jeff_Lusher
Size: 3,906 × 2,602 px
Visual Field: 12.6º
Uploaded by Jeff_Lusher
Size: 2,592 × 3,888 px
Visual Field: 12.3º
Uploaded by Marcelo Alves RJ, Brazil
Size: 3,430 × 2,947 px
ISO: 1,600
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Size: 3,629 × 2,406 px
Visual Field: 1.1º
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Size: 986 × 768 px
Visual Field: 9.9º
Uploaded by ricktobey Texas, United States
Size: 3,352 × 2,532 px

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17h 53m 50s
-34º 47' 36''
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