Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Perseus (Per)  ·  Contains:  NGC 1333

Image of the day 11/10/2019

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NGC 1333 in Perseus, 



    
        

            Steve Milne
NGC 1333 in Perseus
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Image of the day 11/10/2019

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NGC 1333 in Perseus, 



    
        

            Steve Milne
NGC 1333 in Perseus
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Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: TEC-140

Imaging cameras: Moravian Instruments Moravian G2-8300  ·  Atik 460 EX Mono

Mounts: Mesu 200

Software: Adobe Photoshop 6 CS  ·  Pixinsight 1.8


Frames:
Baader Blue 36 mm: 33x600" bin 1x1
Baader Green 36 mm: 33x600" bin 1x1
Baader Luminance 36 mm: 45x900" bin 1x1
Baader Red 36 mm: 33x600" bin 1x1

Integration: 27.8 hours


Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 3179575

RA center: 3h 29' 9"

DEC center: +31° 19' 1"

Pixel scale: 0.702 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 270.229 degrees

Field radius: 0.440 degrees


Resolution: 3543x2790

Locations: Les Granges, Étoile-Saint-Cyrice, France

Data source: Own remote observatory

Description

NGC 1333 is located around 1,000 light years away in the constellation of Perseus.

We photographed this object in Spain a little under a year ago, and I had some success with that image. This time around NGC 1333 was photographed using a dual TEC 140 rig located in the Haut Alpes, The imaging team is Tom O'Donoghue, Olly Penrice, Steve Milne & Elisabeth Milne. Data were collected in Autumn 2019

Capture details are as follows:

Telescope: TEC140 x 2
Camera: Atik 460 & Moravian G2-8300
Filters: Baader, Astrodon and Chroma
Mount: Mesu 200

Lum 45 x 900s
Red: 33 x 600s
Green: 33 x 600s
Blue: 33 x 600s

A total of 27 hours and 45 minutes exposure.

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