Object NGC 999 is located exactly in the center of the picture.
|NGC 999 - galaxy in the constellation Andromedae|
Type: SBa - spiral galaxy with bar
The angular dimensions: 1.20'x0.8'
magnitude: V=13.5m; B=14.4m
The surface brightness: 13.3 mag/arcmin2
Coordinates for epoch J2000: Ra= 2h38m47.4s; Dec= 41°40'16"
redshift (z): 0.014653
The distance from the Sun to NGC 999: based on the amount of redshift (z) - 61.9 Mpc;
Other names of the object NGC 999 : PGC 10026, UGC 2127, MCG 7-6-47, NPM1G +41.0077, CGCG 539-66
Nearby objects: NGC 997
, NGC 998
, NGC 1000
, NGC 1001
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