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RA: 21h 36m 57.0549s
Dec: +68° 11′ 7.308″
Ch: MSA:1060, U2:33, SA:3
Ref: SIMBAD, [2003A&A...399..141M]
Type: reflection nebula
Mag: B=8.39, V=8.27
Size: 9′ x 7′
Ced 194 (+67 1332)
Position (1900): RA 22 35, Dec + 67 44
Star: +67 1332 (Mp=8.2, V=8.2, SpT=B7)
Spectrum of nebula: continuous spectrum (inferred from sp.t. of illuminating star)
Classification: Neb associated with mainly one star (which may be multiple) - star surrounded by a neb envelope without conspicuous structure (eg. lambda Scorpii)
Notes: "+67 1332 = HD 206135 nebulous. Source: (88) Pl 83. (366, 482, 486, 630 Pl 21 Pl 22, 715)."
DG 175 = Ced 194
Pos (1950.0) 21:35.8, +67:57
Size: 9x7 (blue), 2x2 (red).
= DG 175, [RK68] 109, VdB 143, GN 21.36.0.02, Ced 194, Other designations: V433 Cep
Class: C (reflection neb)
Photo index by Jim Lucyk: Vehrenberg's Atlas of Galactic Neb-2 p122
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