NGC 2452

NGC 2452

NGC 2452
Composite image using optical images from the HST
Observation data
(Epoch J2000)
Right ascension 07h 47m 26.27s[1]
Declination −27° 20′ 06.6″[1]
Apparent magnitude (V) 17.9B[1]
Constellation Puppis[2]
Physical characteristics
Other designations Hen 2-4, PN G243.3-01.0, RCW 17, ESO 493-11, IRAS 07453-2712, PN ARO 93, SCM 30, GCRV 5190, 2MASS J07472626-2720066, PN Sa 2-16, V* V354 Pup, GRS G243.50 -01.00, MSX5C G243.3792-01.0384, PN VV' 72 WRAY 15-85, GSC2 S1322002590, PK 243-01 1, PN VV 46 [N75] 62

NGC 2452 is a planetary nebula located in the southern constellation of Puppis. NGC 2452 was discovered by Sir John Herschel in 1847.[2]

References

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