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Observatory Parameters
Dec 14
Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
Clouds: Seeing:
Waning Crescent
03:46 14:54

Omega or Swan Nebula · M 17 Diffuse Nebula in Sagittarius Constellation

Size: 11' Magnitude: 6.0 Also known as NGC 6618, Sh 2-45
Uploaded by MR_IR_AP Žilinský kraj, Slovakia
Size: 1,920 × 1,333 px
Visual Field: 0.9º
ISO: 1,600
Uploaded by rveregin
Size: 3,466 × 1,984 px
Visual Field: 0.4º
Uploaded by wannaberocker
Size: 3,285 × 2,325 px
Visual Field: 0.3º
Uploaded by Benklerk
Size: 4,944 × 3,284 px
Visual Field: 0.5º
Uploaded by Marcelo Alves RJ, Brazil
Size: 3,484 × 3,337 px
Visual Field: 0.3º
ISO: 1,600
Uploaded by robertoboni
Size: 5,184 × 3,456 px
Visual Field: 0.3º

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Hourly Elevation Dec 14

Omega or Swan Nebula as seen from Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
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Data Sheet

19.8
18h 20m 47s
-16º 10' 59''
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