M39

Observed:  Points: 30

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as of 06/13/2024 8:15 p.m.

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General Info

TypeOpen Cluster
ConstellationCygnus
Right ascension21h32'48.300''
Declination+48°26'55''
Magnitude5.200
Distance825ly
Size32 arc min
Catalog Designations NGC7092, M39
Discovered Aristoteles

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M39

Celestron Omni XLT 150
30 points

Nice collection of stars

Saw this in binoculars, the brightest stars were resolved the rest formed a slight hazy patch.

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