Just a few arcminutes over the border of Cetus lies one of the brightest galaxies of the southern sky, the Silver Dollar galaxy in Sculptor. With its declination of -25° it is still visible for most of the norther hemisphere, although for best observing it is advisable to to go more southerly than 45° latitude. Recent estimates place it at a distance of 11.4 ± 0.7 1)Distance to NGC 253 based on the planetary nebula luminosity function (link
Also visible to the right in this image (1.8° southeast of NGC 253) is globular cluster NGC 288.
In the top right corner is also a large cluster of galaxies visible.
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|1.||↑||Distance to NGC 253 based on the planetary nebula luminosity function (link|