Object NGC 4800 is located exactly in the center of the picture.
|NGC 4800 - galaxy in the constellation Canum Venaticorum|
Type: Sb - spiral galaxy
The angular dimensions: 1.60'x1.2'
magnitude: V=11.6m; B=12.4m
The surface brightness: 12.2 mag/arcmin2
Coordinates for epoch J2000: Ra= 12h54m37.8s; Dec= 46°31'53"
redshift (z): 0.002972
The distance from the Sun to NGC 4800: based on the amount of redshift (z) - 12.6 Mpc;
Other names of the object NGC 4800 : PGC 43931, UGC 8035, MCG 8-24-4, CGCG 245-5, ARAK 393, IRAS 12523+4648
Nearby objects: NGC 4798
, NGC 4799
, NGC 4801
, NGC 4802
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