NGC 891 is a good example of an edge-on spiral galaxy.
This galaxy lies at a distance of 27,3 million light years and can be found in the constellation Andromeda, near the star Gamma Andromedae.
This galaxy is not an easy visual target in small telescopes due to its low surface brightness (about mag.13).
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|+42° 20′ 57″
|UGC1831, PGC9031,Caldwell 23