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About the Object Object Name: High Redshift Galaxy Cluster J2143-4423
Object Type: Interacting Galaxies
Position (J2000): RA: 21h42m42.73s Dec: -44d30m10.2s
Distance: 19210 Mpc
Constellation: Grus (the Crane)
About the Data Image Credit:
NASA/JPL-Caltech/H. Teplitz (SSC/Caltech)
Instrument: MIPS
Wavelength: 24 microns
Exposure Date:
October 18, November 4, & November 5, 2004
Exposure Time:
9 hours total
Image Scale: 30x30 arcsec
Orientation: North is up
Release Date: 11 January 2005
Observers H. Teplitz (SSC/Caltech)
P. Francis (The Australian National University)
P. Palunas (University of Texas at Austin)
G. Williger (Johns Hopkins University)
B. E. Woodgate (Goddard Space Flight Center)

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