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Contains:  NGC 2403
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NGC 2403, 


            Leo Shatz
NGC 2403

NGC 2403

Technical card

Resolution: 2961x2403 job: 1897195

RA center: 114.203 degrees

DEC center: 65.598 degrees

Pixel scale: 2.096 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 359.856 degrees

Field radius: 1.110 degrees

Data source: Amateur hosting facility

Remote source: DeepSkyWest


NGC 2403 (also known as Caldwell 7) is an intermediate spiral galaxy in the long-necked constellation Camelopardalis. NGC 2403 is an outskirt member of the M81 Galaxy Group, and is approximately 10 million light-years distant from Sun. It bears a striking similarity to M33, being about 50,000 light years in diameter and containing numerous star-forming H II regions. The giant HII regions are energized by clusters of hot, massive stars that explode as bright supernovae at the end of their short and furious lives. The northern spiral arm connects it to a star forming region NGC 2404.

Imaged @DSW obs
FSQ106/QSI683wsg/Paramount MyT
L:16x900s, R:17x900s, G:16x900s, B:20x900s

Description source: Wikipedia, APOD



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License: Attribution-NonCommercial Creative Commons

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NGC 2403, 


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