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Quasar 3C 249.1

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Quasar 3C 249.1 Quasar 3C 249.1

A quasar or quasi-stellar object is an active galactic nucleus that appears star like in appearance because of the extreme distance. In 3C 249.1 case, the light from there took 3.9 billion years to reach us from our point of view.

Additional Info

  • Constellation: Draco
  • Right Ascension: 11h 04m 13.8777s
  • Declination: +76° 58′ 58.170″
  • Distance (Lightyears): 3.9 billion
  • Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
  • Camera: ZWO 1600MM Mono cmos
  • Magnitude: 15.7
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