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Ghost of Jupiter

22 Apr 2015, 02:32 UTC
Ghost of Jupiter
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Ghost of Jupiter , NGC 3242. Located in the constellation Hydra. It is really small in the eye piece. It is only 1,400 light years away!. I suspect that when it was discovered,it resembled the planet Jupiter,due to it’s central star. It also looks like a eye in the sky.
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