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Observatory Parameters
Apr 24
Lat. 39.1, Lon. -77.6
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Gibbous
14:21 03:31

Pegasus Cluster · M 15 Globular Cluster in Pegasus Constellation

Size: 18' Magnitude: 6.3 Also known as NGC 7078, GCL 120
Credit: NASA, ESA
Uploaded by Francois_Roca Tōkyō-to, Japan
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Visual Field: 0.1º
ISO: 1,600
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Visual Field: 0.4º
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Visual Field: 0.5º
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Size: 900 × 650 px
ISO: 1,600
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Size: 4,290 × 2,856 px
Visual Field: 0.3º
Uploaded by Dave_Hancox
Size: 3,898 × 3,138 px
Visual Field: 0.6º

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