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NGC7678   Galaxy - SBc
PGC71534, UGC12614, MCG4-55-017, CGCG476-45, KUG2325+221, ARP28, VV359, KAZ336, IRAS23259+2208

Description: Very faint, pretty large, vlE, lbM, am 4 st

Constellation: Pegasus

Coordinates (2000.0):
Right Ascension: 23h 28m 27.94s
Declination: +22° 25' 15.9"

Magnitude: 12,2

Apparent size (arc min): 2,3

Original Dreyer's description: vF, pL, vlE, lbM, am 4 st

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