Dates: March 10, 2012
Integration: 0.8 hours
Avg. Moon age: 16.56 days
Avg. Moon phase: 96.41%
Locations: Home observatory, Mason, Ohio, United States
On the evening of March 10, 2012, I had just finished capturing HA and OIII on IC443. It was a beautiful evening and I didn't feel like packing it up but I also didn't feel like starting a new long exposure series. So I went to the Guided Tour on my Atlas and just started slewing to different objects. So I ended up visiting 14 objects and taking 20 ten second subs of each just to see what I could get. Amazingly, you can pretty much tell what each object is! I'd recommend this to anyone to try sometime, it's a different way to "view" the night sky!
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