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Jan 16
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Open Cluster NGC 6530 Open Cluster in Sagittarius Constellation

Size: 15' Magnitude: 4.6 Also known as ESO 521-SC21, OCL 19
Credit: NGC/IC Project
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Visual Field: 0.8º
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Visual Field: 0.6º
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Visual Field: 0.8º
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Visual Field: 1.6º
ISO: 1,600
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Visual Field: 0.7º
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Visual Field: 0.2º

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Hourly Elevation Jan 16

Open Cluster NGC 6530 as seen from Ashburn
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Data Sheet

18h 04m 30s
-24º 21' 30''
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