NGC 6207

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On this page I collect my observations of the galaxy NGC 6207 in the constellation Hercules.



NGC 6207 is a spiral galaxy with extended Hubble-type Sc star-forming regions in the constellation Hercules in the northern sky. Seen from Earth, the galaxy is inclined at 68° and lies near the globular cluster Messier 13.

NGC 6207
Size: 3.5' x 1.2' (Wikipedia)
Distance: 45 mio. light years (Wikipedia)
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The galaxy NGC 6207 in the constellation Hercules is close to M 13 (Image Courtesy of SkySafari Astronomy,


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NGC 6207 Sep 8, 2021


NGC 6207 - Sep 8, 2021, processed


My Own Observations

Observations September 2021



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