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  • NGC 6405 [r]: An open cluster of stars in the constellation of Scorpius, with a vague resemblance of its shape to a butterfly. [e]
  • NGC 6475 [r]: An open cluster of stars in the constellation of Scorpius. [e]
  • NGC 6705 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Scutum. [e]
  • NGC 6613 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Sagittarius. [e]
  • NGC 6531 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation of Sagittarius. [e]
  • NGC 6494 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Sagittarius, with a distance of about 2,150 light-years away from Earth. [e]
  • NGC 6994 [r]: An asterism of four stars in the constellation of Aquarius. [e]
  • NGC 6913 [r]: An open cluster in the Cygnus constellation. [e]
  • NGC 1039 [r]: Also known as M 34, an open cluster located in the constellation Perseus. [e]
  • NGC 2168 [r]: Also known as M 35, an open cluster located in the constellation Gemini. [e]
  • NGC 1960 [r]: An open cluster in the Auriga constellation, a distance of about 4,100 light years away from Earth and is about 14 light years across. [e]
  • NGC 2099 [r]: Also known as M 37, an open cluster in the constellation Auriga. [e]
  • NGC 1912 [r]: An open cluster located in the constellation Auriga that is also known as M 38. [e]
  • NGC 7092 [r]: An open cluster in the Cygnus constellation, with a distance of about 800 light years away from Earth. [e]
  • NGC 2287 [r]: An open cluster in the Canis Major constellation, lying four degrees south of Sirius. [e]
  • NGC 2632 [r]: An open cluster located in the constellation Cancer. [e]
  • NGC 2437 [r]: Open cluster in the constellation Puppis. [e]
  • NGC 2422 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Puppis, is at a distance of about 1,600 light-years from Earth with an estimated age of about 78 million years. [e]
  • NGC 2548 [r]: An open cluster in the Hydra constellation, with an age estimated to amount 300 million years. [e]
  • NGC 2323 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Monoceros, is at a distance of about 3,000 light-years away from Earth. [e]
  • NGC 7654 [r]: An open cluster in the Cassiopeia constellation. [e]
  • NGC 2682 [r]: An open cluster, or galactic cluster, in the constellation Cancer, with an age estimated at between 3.2 and 5 billion years. [e]
  • NGC 6694 [r]: An open cluster located in the constellation Scutum. [e]
  • NGC 2447 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Puppis, is at a distance of about 3,600 light years from Earth and has a spatial radius of some 10 to 12 light years. [e]
  • NGC 581 [r]: An open cluster in the constellation Cassiopeia, which is at a distance of about 8,000 light-years from Earth. [e]
  • NGC 752 [r]: Bright and sparse open cluster in the constellation of Andromeda. [e]

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