NGC 663

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On this page I collect my observations of the open star cluster NGC 663 in the constellation Casiopeia.



The open star cluster NGC 663 in the constellation Cassiopeia is close to the open star cluster NGC 654, and, according to Stoyan, it is interesting to observe both, jointly or alternately, depending on the telescope. In the telescope, I only found NGC 663 and saw a lot of small stars and star pairs.

Size: 15' (Stoyan)
Distance: 6,400 light years (Stoyan)
Rating: ** (Stoyan)



NGC 663 close to NGC 654 and to the left of NGC 457 (Owl Cluster). 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.


My Own Observations

Observations Summer to Autumn 2016

Observations September/October 2018

NGC 654 never found...



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