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Seashell Galaxy


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An unusually shaped galaxy about 280 million l.y. away in Centaurus, interacting with the galaxy NGC 5291. The Seashell has no NGC number of its own. Both galaxies are part of a cluster, the brightest member of which is IC 4329.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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