NGC 663

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On this page I collect my observations of the open star cluster NGC 559 in the constellation Casiopeia.

 

Introduction

The open star cluster NGC 559 in the constellation Cassiopeia is close to the left star of the "W" that forms the constellation Cassiopeia.

Size: 9' (SkySafari)
Distance: 7,900 light years (Stoyan)
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Map

The open star cluster NGC 559 in Cassiopeia. For orientation purposes, the Andromeda Galaxy M 31 is included in the map, as well as the Perseus Double Cluster NGC 884/869 and above it St 2, which, according to Stoyan, is a "must" for small telescopes. (Image Courtesy of SkySafari Astronomy, www.simulationcurriculum.com)

 

My Best Own Photos

eVscope

    

NGC 559 - Sep 7, 2020

  NGC 559 - Sep 7, 2020, processed

 

My Own Observations

Observations September 2020

 

References

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Appendix: My Own Photos

eVscope

    

NGC 559 - Sep 7, 2020

  NGC 559 - Sep 7, 2020, processed
    

NGC 559 - Sep 7, 2020

  NGC 559 - Sep 7, 2020, processed