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RE: Light Year Distance To A Particular Star In Scutum Constellation

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Posted by Kip Crawford on July 21, 2000 08:38:14 UTC

The charts that I have show no stars at those coordinates. However there are 2 stars that are rletivily close. Gamma Scuti is at 18:24/-14:33 at mag 4.7 and it is 291 ly away. And there is BSC 6932 at 18:29/-14:28 mag 6.02 at 284 lys. That`s all I can say. Hope it helps a little.

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