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4997D04997D04997D04997D04997D073151208Celestial Blue 🎨 RGB Color Code: #4997D0

The hexadecimal RGB code of Celestial Blue color is #4997D0. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 49 red (73/256), a 97 green (151/256) and a D0 blue component (208/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(73,151,208). Closest WebSafe color: Celestial blue (#3399CC)
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Salvia 'Celestial Blue'
Salvia 'Celestial Blue' (also known as celestial blue sage or Las Pilitas sage), is a hybrid cross between Salvia clevelandii (Cleveland sage or chaparral
Celestial monarch
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Celestial (comics)
the Celestials. The Blue Celestial: The first Celestial with a documented birth. Callus the Void: One of the Celestials turned into a Dark Celestial. Celestial
Shades of azure
tone of azure. Displayed at right is the color celestial blue. The first recorded use of celestial blue as a color name in English was in 1535. The source
Astronomical object
An astronomical object, celestial object, stellar object or heavenly body is a naturally occurring physical entity, association, or structure that exists
Byzantine blue
Byzantine blue is a color ranging from light celestial blue or lazuli to dark Egyptian blue. It is found on Byzantine frescoes of Hagia Sophia, Nerezi
History of Crayola crayons
1910, including Light and Dark Venetian Red, Permanent Geranium Lake, Celestial Blue, Raw Sienna, and Charcoal Gray; the use of "Purple" as an alternative
List of colors by shade
white and gray, it is an achromatic color, literally a color without hue. Blue is a color, the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum
Ceres, Celestial Legend
Ceres, Celestial Legend, known in Japan as The Mystery of Ceres (妖しのセレス, Ayashi no Seresu), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yuu
Order of St Patrick
mantle was a celestial blue robe lined with white silk. The star of the Order (see below) was depicted on the left of the mantle. A blue hood was attached

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