Imaging telescope or lens: William Optics FLT 110
Imaging camera: SBIG ST-10XME
Mount: Skywatcher NEQ6 PRO
Guiding telescope or lens: William Optics zenithstar 1 80x480
Guiding camera: Meade DSI C
Filter: Ha 5nm
Dates: Oct. 3, 2015
Integration: 7.0 hours
Avg. Moon age: 20.76 days
Avg. Moon phase: 64.52%
Astrometry.net job: 802422
RA center: 36.721 degrees
DEC center: 62.061 degrees
Pixel scale: 0.909 arcsec/pixel
Orientation: -179.189 degrees
Field radius: 0.643 degrees
Locations: Παρατηρητήριο σπιτιού, Paramithia, Greece
IC 1795 is an emission nebula located about 6,000 light-years away in the constellation Cassiopeia.
The dominant central star of IC 1795 is a blue dwarf on the main sequence. In addition there are three other stars of class O and B with ages between 3 and 5 million years. This being an age intermediate to the 6 to 20 million years of the shell structure that encloses the complex. The region is one of the sites most studied (besides Orion) for the formation of massive stars. This area is more dense and rich in H II. It is home to, and hides, a group of young blue stars, with their radiation ionizing the residual gas clouds. (WIKI).
Instruments and exposure data:
W.O FLT110 with dedicated TMB field flattener
FeatherTouch 3'' focuser
Starizona MicroTouch autofocuser
W.O ZS80 ED
SBIG ST10XME CFW9
Filters: Ha 5nm Astrodon
Sky-Watcher EQ6 Pro
Total exposure time:7h
Location: Vironas,Athens Greece
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