Messier 39

Messier 39
2MASS image of M39.
Credit: 2MASS/NASA.
Observation data (J2000 epoch)
Right ascension21h 31m 42s
Declination+48° 25′ ″
Distance(326 pc (1,060 ly)[1])
Apparent magnitude (V)+5.5[2]
Apparent dimensions (V)29′[2]
Physical characteristics
Estimated age278 Ma[1]
Other designationsMessier 39, NGC 7092
See also: Open cluster, List of open clusters

Messier 39 (also known as M39, or NGC 7092) is an open cluster in the constellation of Cygnus.[3] It was discovered by Charles Messier in 1764. M39 is at a distance of about 326 pc (1,060 ly)[1] from Earth whose age is estimated to be from 278 million years.[1]

It is located in the sky at Right Ascension 21h 32.2m, and Declination +48° 26′, with a total magnitude (brightness) of 5.5 and size of 29 (arcmin) across.[2] Stellar population of this loose open cluster is about 30 members.[2]

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