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    Messier 63 or M63, also known as NGC 5055 or the seldom-used Sunflower Galaxy, is a spiral galaxy in the northern constellation of Canes Venatici. M63 was first discovered by the French astronomer Pierre Méchain, then later verified by his colleague Charles Messier on June 14, 1779 The distance to M63, based upon the luminosity-distance measurement is 29,300,000 light-yearsM63 is part of the M51 Group, a group of galaxies that also includes M51 (the 'Whirlpool Galaxy'). M 63 Information from catalog: ONGC OpenNGC Magnitude: 9.34 Id: NGC 5055 Surface brightness: 23.04 Dimension: 11.8 x 7.2 ' Position angle: 103 Class: Sbc Identifier: 2MASX J13154932+4201454,IRAS 13135+4217,MCG +07-27-054,PGC 046153,SDSS J131549.26+420145.8,UGC 08334 Common nam: Sunflower Galaxy Constellation: Canes Venatici
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