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As is typical of distant dwarf stars, f Piscium is rather faint, and is difficult to spy without telescopic help.

Southeastward from f Piscium, within forty arcminutes are a collection of faint galaxies. From east to west (left to right) these are NGC 474, NGC 470 and NGC 467 (and there are in fact other, even fainter galaxies in this same area). The central galaxy NGC 470 is a spiral, while NGC 474 and NGC 467 and both lenticular in form. Imagery provided by Aladin sky atlas


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