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Observatory Parameters
Nov 22
Ashburn
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Crescent
10:18 20:21

Globular Cluster M 72 Globular Cluster in Aquarius Constellation

Size: 6.6' Magnitude: 9.2 Also known as NGC 6981, GCL 118
Uploaded by David Moulton
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Visual Field: 0.5º
Uploaded by Tom_Wildoner PA, United States
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Visual Field: 0.4º
ISO: 3,200
Uploaded by elpajare Comunidad de Madrid, España
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Uploaded by elpajare Comunidad de Madrid, España
Size: 1,392 × 1,040 px
Visual Field: 0.4º

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21.9
20h 53m 27s
-12º 32' 11''
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