Object NGC 4199-2 is located exactly in the center of the picture.
NGC 4199-2 - galaxy in the constellation Ursae Majoris Type: E0 - elliptical galaxy The angular dimensions: 0.30'x0.3' magnitude: V=15.0m; B=16.0m The surface brightness: 12.5 mag/arcmin2 Coordinates for epoch J2000: Ra= 12h14m51.7s; Dec= 59°54'30" redshift (z): 0.061202 The distance from the Sun to NGC 4199-2: based on the amount of redshift (z) - 258.5 Mpc; Other names of the object NGC 4199-2 : PGC 200285, UGC 7253, MCG 10-18-11, CGCG 292-84, CGCG 293-5, VV 183
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