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The Beehive cluster is well placed

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The Beehive open star cluster (M44, NGC 2632, also known as Praesepe; mag 3.7) culminates at around midnight local time.

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The Omicron Velorum cluster is well placed

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The cluster IC 2395 is well placed

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NGC 2808 is well placed

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Messier 81 is well placed

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The cluster NGC 3114 is well placed

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The cluster IC 2581 is well placed

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The Theta Carinae cluster is well placed

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The Wishing Well cluster is well placed

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The Sombrero Galaxy is well placed

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Messier 3 is well placed

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The cluster NGC 2547 is well placed

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The cluster NGC 2516 is well placed

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The cluster NGC 2451 is well placed

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NGC 2403 is well placed

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The cluster Messier 47 is well placed

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The cluster Messier 41 is well placed

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The Rosette Nebula is well placed

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The cluster NGC 2232 is well placed

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The Orion Nebula is well placed

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The Hyades cluster is well placed

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