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Deep Sky Observer's Companion – the online database

 

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Observing site name

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Observing site co-ordinates

Longitude

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Date

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Time

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UT correction

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SpamBlok

SpamBlok™: Answer the deep sky question to prove you're human and not a spambot

Famous tiny dark nebula the Horsehead, is in this constellation:   _ _ _ _ _

 

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