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Contains:  NGC 91, NGC 83, NGC 82, NGC 80, IC 1542
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NGC 83, 


NGC 83

NGC 83

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:GSO RC12

Imaging camera:Atik 4000

Mount:Software Bisque Paramount MX

Guiding telescope or lens:GSO RC12

Guiding camera:Lodestar

Focal reducer:AP CCDT67


Filters:Baader Planetarium R 36mmBaader Planetarium B 36mmBaader Planetarium G 36mmBaader Planetarium L 36mm

Resolution: 1800x1800

Dates:Oct. 29, 2016Nov. 2, 2016Nov. 6, 2016Nov. 10, 2016

Baader Planetarium B 36mm: 21x450" bin 2x2
Baader Planetarium G 36mm: 22x450" bin 2x2
Baader Planetarium L 36mm: 90x900" bin 1x1
Baader Planetarium R 36mm: 37x450" bin 2x2

Integration: 32.5 hours

Avg. Moon age: 11.79 days

Avg. Moon phase: 30.59% job: 1356985

RA center: 5.344 degrees

DEC center: 22.434 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.956 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 176.857 degrees

Field radius: 0.338 degrees

Locations: Observatorio remoto Tomas Lopez en AstroCamp, Nerpio, Albacete, Spain


NGC 83 aka Christina Kimberley Star is a lenticular galaxy estimated to be from 285 to 330 million light-years away in the constellation of Andromeda. It was discovered by John Herschel in 1828 and its apparent magnitude is 14.2.



License: Attribution-NonCommercial Creative Commons

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Sky plot


NGC 83,