Celestial Coordinates described by   Right Ascension in hours east of Vernal Equinox and Declination in degrees north of the Celestial Equator

Celestial Coordinates described by Right Ascension in hours east of Vernal Equinox and Declination in degrees north of the Celestial Equator

The lines of longitude project onto the celestial sphere, these are lines of Right Ascension

The lines of longitude project onto the celestial sphere, these are lines of Right Ascension

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Object Name: Messier 10 Alternative Designations: M10, NGC 6254 Object Type: Class VII Globular Cluster Constellation: Ophiuchus Right Ascension: 16 : 57.1 (h:m) Declination: -04 : 06 (deg:m) Dista…

Object Name: Messier 10 Alternative Designations: M10, NGC 6254 Object Type: Class VII Globular Cluster Constellation: Ophiuchus Right Ascension: 16 : 57.1 (h:m) Declination: -04 : 06 (deg:m) Dista…

Equatorial coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Equatorial coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Object Name: Messier 4 Alternative Designations: NGC 6121 Object Type: Class IX Globular Cluster Constellation: Scorpius Right Ascension: 16 : 23.6 (h:m) Declination: -26 : 32 (deg:m) Distance: 7.2…

Object Name: Messier 4 Alternative Designations: NGC 6121 Object Type: Class IX Globular Cluster Constellation: Scorpius Right Ascension: 16 : 23.6 (h:m) Declination: -26 : 32 (deg:m) Distance: 7.2…

Object Name: Messier 19 Alternative Designations: M19, NGC 6273 Object Type: Class VIII Globular Star Cluster Constellation: Ophiuchus Right Ascension: 17 : 02.6 (h:m) Declination: -26 : 16 (deg:m)…

Object Name: Messier 19 Alternative Designations: M19, NGC 6273 Object Type: Class VIII Globular Star Cluster Constellation: Ophiuchus Right Ascension: 17 : 02.6 (h:m) Declination: -26 : 16 (deg:m)…

Object Name: Messier 79 Alternative Designations: M79, NGC 1904 Object Type: Class V Globular Cluster Constellation: Lepus Right Ascension: 05 : 24.5 (h:m) Declination: -24 : 33 (deg:m) Distance: 4…

Object Name: Messier 79 Alternative Designations: M79, NGC 1904 Object Type: Class V Globular Cluster Constellation: Lepus Right Ascension: 05 : 24.5 (h:m) Declination: -24 : 33 (deg:m) Distance: 4…

Object Name: Messier 54 Alternative Designations: M54, NGC 6715 Object Type: Class III Extragalactic Globular Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 55.1 (h:m) Declination: -30 : …

Object Name: Messier 54 Alternative Designations: M54, NGC 6715 Object Type: Class III Extragalactic Globular Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 55.1 (h:m) Declination: -30 : …

Object Name: Messier 88 Alternative Designations: M88, NGC 4501 Object Type: Type Sc Spiral Galaxy Constellation: Coma Berenices Right Ascension: 12 : 32.0 (h:m) Declination: +14 : 25 (deg:m) Dista…

Object Name: Messier 88 Alternative Designations: M88, NGC 4501 Object Type: Type Sc Spiral Galaxy Constellation: Coma Berenices Right Ascension: 12 : 32.0 (h:m) Declination: +14 : 25 (deg:m) Dista…

Object Name: Messier 93 Alternative Designations: M93, NGC 2447 Object Type: Type g Open Star Cluster Constellation: Puppis Right Ascension: 07 : 44.6 (h:m) Declination: -23 : 52 (deg:m) Distance: …

Object Name: Messier 93 Alternative Designations: M93, NGC 2447 Object Type: Type g Open Star Cluster Constellation: Puppis Right Ascension: 07 : 44.6 (h:m) Declination: -23 : 52 (deg:m) Distance: …

Object Name: Messier 27 Alternative Designations: M27, NGC 6853, The Dumbbell Nebula Object Type: Planetary Nebula Constellation: Vulpecula Right Ascension: 19 : 59.6 (h:m) Declination: +22 : 43 (d…

Object Name: Messier 27 Alternative Designations: M27, NGC 6853, The Dumbbell Nebula Object Type: Planetary Nebula Constellation: Vulpecula Right Ascension: 19 : 59.6 (h:m) Declination: +22 : 43 (d…

Diagram of a star's right ascension and declination as seen from outside the celestial sphere. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

Diagram of a star's right ascension and declination as seen from outside the celestial sphere. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

Object Name: Messier 25 Alternative Designations: M25, IC 4725 Object Type: Open Galactic Star Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 31.6 (h:m) Declination: -19 : 15 (deg:m) Dist…

Object Name: Messier 25 Alternative Designations: M25, IC 4725 Object Type: Open Galactic Star Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 31.6 (h:m) Declination: -19 : 15 (deg:m) Dist…

Object Name: Messier 28 Alternative Designations: M28, NGC 6626 Object Type: Class IV Globular Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 24.5 (h:m) Declination: -24 : 52 (deg:m) Dist…

Object Name: Messier 28 Alternative Designations: M28, NGC 6626 Object Type: Class IV Globular Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 24.5 (h:m) Declination: -24 : 52 (deg:m) Dist…

ARIES POINT The celestial meridian (0 hours right ascension), the ecliptic (0o ecliptic longitude) and the celestial equator (0o declination) intersect at the March equinox point.

ARIES POINT The celestial meridian (0 hours right ascension), the ecliptic (0o ecliptic longitude) and the celestial equator (0o declination) intersect at the March equinox point.

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