NGC 3532

NGC 3532 (Caldwell 91)

NGC 3532 or Caldwell 91 is an open cluster in the constellation Carina. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 3.0 and its angular diameter is 55 arc-minutes. NGC 3532 lies at an estimated distance of 1600 light years. The Equinox 2000 coordinates are 11h 06.4m, -58° 40´ which makes NGC 3532 a Southern Hemisphere object that is best seen during the spring. The Caldwell Spring Star Chart shows the position of all Caldwell objects visible during that season. Visit the Caldwell Catalog Photo Gallery to see more objects from this catalog.

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