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Contains:  NGC 1313
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NGC 1313, 


            Kfir Simon
NGC 1313

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:ASA 12" f 3.6 Astrograph ASA

Imaging camera:FLI MicroLine 8300 CCD-camera FLI

Resolution: 4517x3324 job: 496286

RA center: 49.450 degrees

DEC center: -66.499 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.772 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 177.089 degrees

Field radius: 0.601 degrees


NGC 1313 (also known as the Topsy Turvy Galaxy) is a barred spiral galaxy discovered by the Scottish astronomer James Dunlop on 27 September 1826.
It has a strikingly uneven shape and its axis of rotation is not exactly in its center. (WIKI)

The galaxy lies in a vast dust cloud (or IFN???)



Kfir Simon
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NGC 1313, 


            Kfir Simon