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Contains:  NGC 1893, IC 410, Flaming Star nebula, IC 405, The star 19Aur, The star 16Aur, The star 14Aur
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IC 405 & IC410 (Ha+RGB), 


            Scott Davis
IC 405 & IC410 (Ha+RGB)

IC 405 & IC410 (Ha+RGB)

Technical card

Resolution: 3000x1995

Dates:Dec. 31, 2013Jan. 2, 2014Jan. 4, 2014Jan. 5, 2014

Astronomik 6nm Ha Clip-In Filter: 104x300" ISO1600
One-Shot Color: 59x180" ISO1600

Integration: 11.6 hours

Darks: ~27

Flats: ~47

Flat darks: ~47

Bias: ~47

Avg. Moon age: 9.43 days

Avg. Moon phase: 9.63%

Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 6.00 job: 298313

RA center: 79.517 degrees

DEC center: 34.292 degrees

Pixel scale: 5.190 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 89.950 degrees

Field radius: 2.597 degrees

Locations: My Backyard, Clovis, California, United States; Ahwahnee Hills Observatory, Ahwahnee, California, United States


The Flaming Star Nebula, IC 405, and the emission nebula IC 410, are two beautiful nebulae in the winter constellation of Auriga. Though too faint for most visual observation, the brilliant red hydrogen gas emissions really pop when photographed.



Scott Davis
License: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons

Sky plot

Sky plot


IC 405 & IC410 (Ha+RGB), 


            Scott Davis

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