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Light Year Distance To A Particular Star In Scutum Constellation

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Posted by Antonio C. on July 20, 2000 01:50:41 UTC

Would anyone happen to know the light-year distance to a particular star in the constellation Scutum? I have searched the Internet, but to no avail. The info I have is:

Scutum RA 18h 28m 37s D- 13 8`

I am not sure of the magnitude.

Thank you!

Sincerely,
Antonio C.

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