NGC 6193

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NGC 6193
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NGC 6193 and the nebula NGC 6188
Observation data (J2000 epoch)
Constellation Ara
Right ascension 16h 41m 20s
Declination −48° 45′ 48″
Distance 3765.3 ly (1155 pc)
Apparent magnitude (V) 5.2
Apparent dimensions (V) 15′
Physical characteristics
Estimated age 3 million years
Other designations C 1637-486, Cl VDBH 195, OCl 975, Dun 413, Cr 310, ESO 226-SC020, Lund 716, h 3642, GC 4225, Caldwell 82

NGC 6193 is open cluster containing 27 stars in the constellation Ara, visible to the unaided eye.[1] NGC 6193 lies at the center of the Ara OB1 association, which extends over a square degree. The cluster is associated with (and provides the energizing radiation for) neighboring regions of the nebulosity NGC 6188.

List of stars in cluster[edit]

NAME Right ascension Declination
HD 150136
(CCDM J16413-4846AB)
16h 41m 20.4149s -48° 45 46.644
HD 150135 16h 41m 19.4537s -48° 45' 47.585
CD-48 11074 16h 41m 28.8557s -48° 47' 47.727
CD-48 11080 16h 41m 36.3084s -48° 47' 14.904
CD-48 11077 16h 41m 34.91s -48° 46' 24.2
CD-48 11075 16h 41m 33.21s -48° 45' 06.6
CD-48 11071 16h 41m 25.8569s -48° 45' 14.265
CD-48 11069 16h 41m 22.10s -48° 44' 57
GSC 08334-01480 16h 41m 24.40s -48° 45' 52.5
GSC 08334-01259 16h 41m 24.04s -48° 46' 17.5
GSC 08330-05276 16h 41m 18.87s -48° 44' 31.1
GSC 08334-01273 16h 41m 31.67s -48° 46' 43.5
NGC 6193 13 16h 41m 28.51s -48° 46' 22.2
NGC 6193 14 16h 41m 17.80s -48° 47' 05.5
CD-48 11039 Star in Nebula 16h 40 00.752s -48° 47' 02.41
CD-48 11046 16h 40m 20.94s -48° 54' 56.2
CD-48 11051 16h 40m 33.8837s -48° 53' 16.19
NGC 6193 18 16h 40m 43s -48° 48.8'
HD 150041 16h 40m 44.5820s -48° 45' 22.214
CD-48 11061 16h 40m 53.26s -48° 45' 35.2
CD-48 11062 16h 41m 02.49s -48° 53' 49.7
CD-48 11065 16h 41m 08.48s -48° 52' 21.6
CD-48 11076 16h 41m 33.0589s -48° 33' 59.651
CD-48 11082 16h 41m 46.3148s -48° 47' 41.527
CD-48 11086 16h 41m 54.83s -48° 45' 22.8
CD-48 11088 16h 42m 00.47s -48° 42' 32.5
CD-48 11090 16h 42m 05.69s -48° 42' 56.8

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dunlop, Storm (2005). Atlas of the Night Sky. Collins. ISBN 0-00-717223-0. 

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