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# M110
NGC 205
Type Galaxy
Distance [1] 2,690,000 Lyr
Right Ascension [2] 00h 40m 22.1s
Declanation [2] +41° 41? 07?
Apparent Magnitude 8.92
Size [4] 21.9 × 11.0
Constellation Andromeda

[1] Lyr: Lightyear,
[2] Epoch: Jan 1, 2000
[3] Gyr: Gigayear, A billion (10^9) years/ Myr: A Million years (10^6)
[4] Minutes2/ Arc Minutes

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