The Iris Nebula (Cluster)

Image of Iris Nebula
Red-band image from the Second Digitized Sky Survey (DSS2), measuring 10 arcminutes across.
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From Ashburn , Iris Nebula is visible all night because it is circumpolar. It will be highest in the sky shortly before dawn, when it will be lost to twilight at around 05:20, 51° above your north-eastern horizon. At dusk, it will become visible at around 20:57 (EDT), 17° above your northern horizon.

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Name Iris Nebula
Object Type Cluster
Other Names
C 4
NGC 7023
Cr 429
Position
Constellation:Cepheus
Magnitude:6.80 (V)[2]
7.20 (B)[1]
Right Ascension:21h01m [1]
Declination:+68°10' [1]

Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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