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RA: 18h 39m 59s
Dec: −44° 11′ 54″
Con: Corona Australis
Ch: MSA:1456, U2:409, SA:22
Ref: DAML02, Archinal&Hynes (2003)
Type: open cluster, 23
Mag: B=?, V=?
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ASTERISM - CORONA AUSTRALIS
RA: 18h39m59s - DEC: -44o13'14" - Magnitude: 9.6 - Size: 5'
Tel: 12" S/C – 218x - Date: 16 June 2009 – Seeing 5.7
Small but special. Half moon grouping just outstanding against the star field. Perhaps just a line up of a special piece of star field. The brightest member magnitude 9.6 PPM 763773 on the southern tip. In a way it reminds me of some of the ESO clusters.
The Messier objects
The Bennett objects
The Caldwell list
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