General informationOpen 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 observationsTonight, 2020-06-07, cluster NGC6633 will become observable at south as the dusk sky fades, 55° above your horizon, at 05:46. At 12:54 the object will sink below the horizon at west. Maximum elevation, 58° above horizon, will be reached at 06:33, when cluster will be placed at south.
NGC6633 on the sky map
|Right ascension||18h 27m 31.2s|
|Declination||6° 34′ 12″|
|New General Catalogue (NGC)|
|International Catalogue (IC)|
|Nearest objects with greater magnitude|
|H VI 2||Double Star||3.96|
|H II 4*||Double Star||4.22|
|H VI 14||Double Star||3.34|
|H IV 6||Double Star||4.59|