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NGC 7814   © Ken Crawford      Rancho Del Sol Observatory  MPC G67
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NGC7814 is found in the constellation Pegasus and is seen edge on. It has a very thin dust lane the shows a slight warp thought to related to a earlier interaction. See this image and write-up at NASA APOD. In Collaboration Dr. David Martinez-Delgado ARI-ZAH University of Heidelberg.
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NGC7814 (Caldwell 43) has a core bulge similar to M104 and is sometimes called the little sombrero.

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