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What is the farthest celestial object visible to the human eye?

The most distant celestial object that the human eye can see in the sky without the aid of optical instruments is the Andromeda galaxy or M31 . Located in the constellation of the same name, and 2.4 million light years from Earth , it is a spiral galaxy very similar to the Milky Way, containing a whirlpool of 200,000 million suns and a whirlwind of gas and dust.

However, in 1995, the astronomer Brian Skiff, of the Lowell Observatory, in Massachusetts, stated in the Deep Sky Observer magazine that it was also possible to observe with the naked eye, in optimal conditions of visibility, the galaxy M81 , which is seven million kilometers away. light years, in the constellation Ursa Major.

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