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Observation by Alan Thomas: NGC7331 Spiral Galaxy in Pegasus

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Alan Thomas

Observer

Alan Thomas

Observed

2021 Oct 24 - 19:05

Uploaded

2021 Oct 25 - 11:52

Objects

NGC7331

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Constellation

Pegasus

Field centre

RA: 22h37m
Dec: +34°25'
Position angle: -37°35'

Field size

0°11' × 0°11'

Equipment
  • Unistellar eQuinox 112mm reflector
Exposure

30min

Location

Norbreck Observatory, Warrington, Cheshire, UK.

Target name

NGC7331 Spiral Galaxy in Pegasus

Title

NGC7331 Spiral Galaxy in Pegasus

About this image

Discovered by William Herschel in September 1784, this spiral galaxy is about 50 million light-years away. NGC7335, another member of the NGC7331 galaxy group, can just be seen to the left.

Bortle 7/8 sky with intermittent high cloud.

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