Credits: David Ritter
NGC7209, is an open cluster which lies 3,810 light years from Earth and estimated to be 410 million years old. It spans about the size of a full moon.
Facts about NGC7209 by Keith Turnecliff
NGC7209 contains about 150 stars with magnitude from 9 to 15.
This star chart represents a view from Long Itchington for early October at 10pm.
Credits: Image courtesy of Starry Night Pro Plus 8, researched and implemented by Keith Turnecliff.