NGC : NGC6633

Information about NGC6633

General information

Open Cluster NGC6633 has the magnitude of 5 and is placed in Ophiuchus constellation. The cluster's apparent sizes are 27 angular minutes.
Having high brightness and large apparent size, cluster is available for observations through a pair of binoculars or small telescope.

Information for observations

2019-05-26 cluster NGC6633 will be visible all night. At 21:35 the object will be placed at east, 18° above your horizon, and will be observable until around 04:40 when fade from view as dawn breaks southwest. Maximum elevation, 58° above horizon, will be reached at 02:19, when cluster will be placed at south.
 

NGC6633 on the sky map

NGC6633 on the sky map
Object type

Open Cluster

Alternative names

Constellation

Ophiuchus

Magnitude

5

Apparent size27'
Right ascension18h 27m 31.2s
Declination6° 34′ 12″

Catalogues

Messier

New General Catalogue (NGC)

NGC6633

International Catalogue (IC)

Nearest objects with greater magnitude
Object typeMagnitude
H VI 2Double Star3.96
H II 4*Double Star4.22
H VI 14Double Star3.34
H IV 6Double Star4.59
Celestial motion
Date: 2019-05-26
Astronomical night: 21:35 - 04:40 (GMT -5)
NGC6633 Celestial motion
TimeElevationAzimuth
RiseDusk18°97° (East)
SetDawn44°233° (Southwest)
Maximum elevation

02:19

58°

180° (South)

Elevation

NGC6633 Celestial motion