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M100, also known as NGC 4321, is a spiral galaxy that is in that part of the Virgo Cluster located in the constellation Coma Berenices. The galaxy shines at around magnitude 10 and lies about 65 million light-years from Earth. (12-inch Dall-Kirkham astrograph, Apogee U16M CCD camera, 8 hours total exposure)
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