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vdB 2, LBN 585, LBN 590, GN 00.04.4, Teutsch GN J0016.8+6546, [YDM97] CO 112,115,118, Sh2-171; Cassiopeia, 





    
        

            Thomas V. Davis
vdB 2, LBN 585, LBN 590, GN 00.04.4, Teutsch GN J0016.8+6546, [YDM97] CO 112,115,118, Sh2-171; Cassiopeia

vdB 2, LBN 585, LBN 590, GN 00.04.4, Teutsch GN J0016.8+6546, [YDM97] CO 112,115,118, Sh2-171; Cassiopeia

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Resolution: 3960x2632

Astrometry.net job: 2164808

RA center: 3.497 degrees

DEC center: 65.670 degrees

Pixel scale: 1.976 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 276.119 degrees

Field radius: 1.305 degrees

Data source: Backyard

Description

vdB 2, LBN 585, LBN 590, GN 00.04.4, Teutsch GN J0016.8+6546, [YDM97] CO 112,115,118, Sh2-171; Cassiopeia
Astro-Physics 160 (160TCC) f/5.8 refractor
KAI-11000M, SBIG STL
Total Exposure Time: 7 hours; LRGB 240:60:60:60 minutes unbinned
October 2009; Mayhill, NM

Comments: Numerous other faint nebulae occupy the region near vdB 2. Sh2-171 is just making an appearance in the lower right corner. [YDM97] CO 112, 115, 118 are portions of a large molecular cloud in this region of Cassiopeia.

vdB2: Size (arcmin): 4 by 3
Type: illuminating star inside nebula
Surface brightness: moderate
Color: very blue
Absorption: strong
Illuminating star ID1: BD+64 13
Mag. of illuminating star: 10.23
Spectral type of star: B2.5V

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vdB 2, LBN 585, LBN 590, GN 00.04.4, Teutsch GN J0016.8+6546, [YDM97] CO 112,115,118, Sh2-171; Cassiopeia, 





    
        

            Thomas V. Davis