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English: 5 minute exposure of asteroid 3 Juno (bright object in centre) with a 24" telescope. Juno is apparent magnitude 7.6 in this image taken at 2009-09-22 07:00 UT. Stars brighter than the 11th magnitude are over-exposed resulting in the white streaks. To the left you can also see the galaxies PGC73151 (upper) and PGC73143 (lower). The two galaxies are roughly magnitude 13.5. The star to the right of PGC73151 is about magnitude 17.
Date 22 September 2009
Source This image was taken by Kevin Heider using LB-001 at LightBuckets in Rodeo, NM

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Use Wikisky and enter coordinates 23 58 50.92 -04 07 34.5 to locate this region of the sky.

Skyview (NASA Virtual Telescope) website / Skyview image (centered on where 3 Juno is on the wiki-photo)
Author Kevin Heider @ LightBuckets
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