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  • M77 and NGC1055
    November 1, 2019 Hamza Khelifi Touhami

    M77 and NGC1055

    Initially identified as a nebula by the French astronomer Pierre Méchain in 1780, M77 is one of the largest galaxies in the Messier catalog. It is located in the constellation Cetus at a distance of 45 million light-years from Earth. M77 has an apparent magnitude of 9.6 and can be seen using a small telescope. It is most easily observed during December.
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  • NGC7331
    August 28, 2019 Hamza Khelifi Touhami

    NGC7331

    A trail blaze on the path to Stephan’s Quintet, NGC 7331 also anchors its own galaxy grouping. It is accompanied by several faint companions, including the smaller spiral galaxies NGC 7335 and NGC 7337, which are probably ten times farther away than NGC 7331. In the 1980s, author Tom Lorenzin bestowed the common name on this galaxy group to honor the Deer Lick Gap, which lies in the mountains of North Carolina. Apparently, Tom had a memorable view of these galaxies from there.
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