Imaging telescope or lens: TeleVue TV102
Imaging camera: SBIG ST- 8300M
Guiding telescope or lens: Orion 50 mm mini guider
Guiding camera: Orion USA Star Shoot Auto Guider
Focal reducer: TeleVue RFL-4087
Accessory: SBIG Filter Wheel FW8-8300
Dates: Oct. 19, 2014
Baader Planetarium 36mm Blue: 8x300" -20C bin 2x2
Baader Planetarium 36mm Green: 8x300" -20C bin 2x2
Baader Planetarium 36mm Luminance: 11x600" -20C bin 1x1
Baader Planetarium 36mm Red: 8x300" -20C bin 2x2
Integration: 3.8 hours
Flat darks: ~30
Avg. Moon age: 25.44 days
Avg. Moon phase: 17.78%
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 4.00
Astrometry.net job: 393112
RA center: 55.820 degrees
DEC center: 32.158 degrees
Orientation: -177.301 degrees
Field radius: 0.923 degrees
IC 348 is the small reflection nebula below the bright star (Omicron Per). To the left and a bit above Omicron is nebular Bernes 66, and to the right and down a little is Bernes 65.
The dark area beneath IC 348 is Barnard 3; the larger dark area at right is Barnard 4.
The revision is a try at smoothing out the background. I think I'm eventually going to dedicate another night to this object and see if that helps.
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