Object NGC 2633 is located exactly in the center of the picture.
|NGC 2633 - galaxy in the constellation Camelopardalis|
Type: SBb/P - spiral galaxy with bar
The angular dimensions: 2.30'x1.5'
magnitude: V=12.2m; B=12.9m
The surface brightness: 13.6 mag/arcmin2
Coordinates for epoch J2000: Ra= 8h48m4.6s; Dec= 74°5'57"
redshift (z): 0.007205
The distance from the Sun to NGC 2633: based on the amount of redshift (z) - 30.4 Mpc;
Other names of the object NGC 2633 : PGC 24723, UGC 4574, MCG 12-9-13, VV 519, IRAS 08425+7416, CGCG 331-63, CGCG 332-10, CGCG 350-5, Arp 80, KCPG 169
Nearby objects: NGC 2631
, NGC 2632
, NGC 2634A
, NGC 2634
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