Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Lyra (Lyr)
ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0), 



    
        

            Boris US5WU
ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0)
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ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0)

ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0), 



    
        

            Boris US5WU
ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0)
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ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0)

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Celestron CPC800XLT

Imaging cameras: Starlight Xpress Trius SX-694

Guiding cameras: ZWO ASI120MM

Focal reducers: Starizona SCT Corrector f/7.5

Software: PixInsight  ·  MaximDL  ·  Photoshop CC  ·  StarTools

Filters: Astrodon Ha 1.25 5nm  ·  Astrodon O3 1.25 3nm  ·  Astrodon LRGB CCD Gen II E-Series

Accessory: Starlight Xpress SX mini filter wheel


Frames:
B: 19x300" (1h 35') bin 1x1
G: 19x300" (1h 35') bin 1x1
Astrodon Ha 1.25 5nm: 34x600" (5h 40') bin 1x1
L: 44x300" (3h 40') bin 1x1
Astrodon O3 1.25 3nm: 28x600" (4h 40') bin 1x1
R: 19x300" (1h 35') bin 1x1

Integration: 18h 45'


Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 3372587

RA center: 19h 16' 31"

DEC center: +36° 9' 54"

Pixel scale: 0.451 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 358.549 degrees

Field radius: 0.132 degrees


Resolution: 1645x1310

Locations: Home observatory, Chervonograd, Lvov region, Ukraine

Data source: Backyard

Description

ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0) is a bipolar planetary nebula in the constellation Lyra.
The planetary nebula ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1 + 11.0) was discovered by an international team of astronomers on December 15, 2010.
The discovery of the planetary nebula ETHOS 1 first case in the framework of the project ETHOS - Extremely Turquoise Halo Object Survey. The central star in the planetary nebula ETHOS 1 is double. The distance between the components is about 2 million kilometers. The circulation period is 0.53512 days or 12.84 hours. The amplitude is 0.816 m. The most massive of these stars is at the end of its evolution. Nebulae gas streams expanding in different directions moving at a speed of 120 km/s. The age of the nebula is estimated at 900 (900 ± 100) years for a spherical corolla and 1800 (1750 ± 250) years for gas jets. Thus, the ETHOS 1 gas double emission is twice the age of the nebula's spherical halo. Scientists have yet to understand the cause of this phenomenon.
The appearance of the nebula reminds me of a propeller. The angular size of the spherical part - 19.4", with jets - 62.6".

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