celestial objects

RGB 40 40 40

Tele Vue NP 127fli

ASA DDM 60 Pro

FLI ML 16200

 

Constellation Cassiopeia

Ra 23:56:37.99

Dec +61:24:02.0

NGC 7788 is an open cluster of the Trumpler type I2p in the constellation Cassiopeia. It is about 7700 light years away from the solar system, has a diameter of about 9 light years and is about 40 million years old. It may form a double heap with NGC 7790, which is about a quarter of a degree in the southeast. The object was discovered on October 5, 1829 by John Herschel.

NGC 7788, 7790

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