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Contains:  NGC 1931, IC 417, The star φAur
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NGC 1931 and IC417, 


            Edoardo Luca Radi...
NGC 1931 and IC417

NGC 1931 and IC417

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:TS Optics TS APO80Q

Imaging camera:SBIG ST-2000XM

Mount:10 Micron GM1000 HPS


Filter:Astrodon LRGB CCD 1.25"

Resolution: 3144x2190

Dates:Nov. 22, 2014

Astrodon B CCD 1.25": 25x300" bin 1x1
Astrodon G CCD 1.25": 25x300" bin 1x1
Astrodon L CCD 1.25": 24x600" -25C bin 1x1
Astrodon R CCD 1.25": 25x300" bin 1x1

Integration: 10.2 hours

Darks: ~40

Flats: ~15

Bias: ~50

Avg. Moon age: 29.51 days

Avg. Moon phase: 0.00%

Mean SQM: 21.10 job: 420464

RA center: 82.390 degrees

DEC center: 34.312 degrees

Pixel scale: 1.408 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -179.086 degrees

Field radius: 0.750 degrees

Locations: Bazena - Passo Crocedomini, Breno, Brescia, Italy


Here my interpretation of this very low contrast nebula: I'm planning to get some H alpha data to improve the nebula visibility.

Unfortunately very thin, high altitude veils have inflated star halos.

Ecco la mia interpretazione di questa nebulosa a bassissimo contrasto: Sto pensando di acquisire riprese in H alfa per migliorare la visibilità nebulosa.

Purtroppo veli di alta quota molto sottili, hanno gonfiato gli aloni delle stelle più luminose.



Edoardo Luca Radi...
License: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons

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NGC 1931 and IC417, 


            Edoardo Luca Radi...

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