NGC 300 (Caldwell 70) is a spiral galaxy in the constellation Sculptor. It is inclined on a 42° angle when viewed from the Earth and is 94000 light-years in diameter. Discovered by James Dunlop, it is located roughly 6.07 million light-years from Earth.
0 images of NGC 300 are available in LCO Archive.
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