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Messier 75

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Messier 75 (M75) is a globular cluster located in the southern constellation Sagittarius. The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 9.18 and lies at a distance of 67,500 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 6864 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 74: Phantom Galaxy

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Messier 74 (M74), nicknamed the Phantom Galaxy, is a grand design spiral galaxy located in the constellation Pisces. The galaxy appears face-on and has an apparent magnitude of 10. It lies at an approximate distance of 30 million light years from Earth. Its designation in the New General Catalogue is NGC 628.
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Messier 73

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Messier 73 (M73) is an asterism formed by four physically unrelated stars located in the southern constellation Aquarius. The asterism has an apparent magnitude of 9 and lies at an approximate distance of 2,500 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 6994 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 72

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Messier 72 (M72) is a globular star cluster located in the constellation Aquarius, the Water Bearer. The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 9.35 and lies at a distance of 54,570 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 6981 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 71

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Messier 71 (M71) is a globular cluster located in the small northern constellation Sagitta, the Arrow. The cluster lies at an approximate distance of 13,000 light years from Earth and has an apparent magnitude of 6.1. It has the designation NGC 6838 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 70

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Messier 70 (M70) is a globular cluster located inside the Teapot asterism in the southern constellation Sagittarius. The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 9.06 and lies at a distance of 29,400 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 6681 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 69

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Messier 69 (M69) is a globular star cluster located in the southern constellation Sagittarius. The cluster lies at a distance of 29,700 light years from Earth and has an apparent magnitude of 8.31. It is one of the fainter globular clusters listed in Messier’s catalogue. Its designation in the New General Catalogue is NGC 6637.
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Messier 68

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Messier 68 (M68) is a globular star cluster located in Hydra, the largest constellation in the sky. The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 9.67 and lies at a distance of 33,600 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 4590 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 67: King Cobra Cluster

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Messier 67 (M67), nicknamed the King Cobra Cluster, is an open cluster located in the northern constellation Cancer, the Crab. The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 6.1 and lies at an approximate distance of 2,610 to 2,930 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 2682 in the New General Catalogue.
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