NGC 7497

Type Location r.a. dec. Size Magnitude Distance
Galaxy Peg 23h09.1 +18°11' 5' x 1.5' 13 60 Mly

NGC 7497 is a spiral galaxy about 60 million light-years distant partly obscured by the Integrated Flux Nebula in Pegasus. The IFN, also known as Galactic Cirrus is dust far out of the plane of our galaxy caused to fluoresce by the ultraviolet light of super hot stars in our galaxy's disk.


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