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Image of the day 09/16/2017

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    SH2-132, Lion's mane, 





    
        

            Zoltán Bach
    SH2-132, Lion's mane

    SH2-132, Lion's mane

    Technical card

    Resolution: 1800x1428

    Astrometry.net job: 1720494

    RA center: 334.866 degrees

    DEC center: 56.152 degrees

    Pixel scale: 1.408 arcsec/pixel

    Orientation: 27.545 degrees

    Field radius: 0.449 degrees

    Description

    A relatively rarely photographed theme is a member of Sh2-132 Stewart Sharpless's 312 Bright Emission Fog. Each of the Sharpless Nebula flames from the light of the ionized hydrogen, which typically has a red color. We find dark spots in the picture, which is nothing more than a dust that cleans the bright parts of the fog and creates interesting formats. In addition to hydrogen, there is a lot of oxygen-rich parts that can be seen on blue, but here with the red they produce a very interesting color effect.

    Sharpless 2-132 is an extremely low surface gloss emission mist on the boundaries of the constellations of Cepheus and Lacerta. As a member of the Cep OB1 association in the Perseus arm of our galaxy, its distance is around 10,000 light-years. The Wolf-Rayet star in the object is responsible for the ionizing of radiant hydrogen and oxygen gas clouds.
    Instrument:
    200/1000-es Newton,carbon astrograph, Camera:Atik ONE 6, Mount:SkyWatcher EQ6 GoTo
    Guiding:Lacerta Mgen OAG, Exposure:R:120; G:70; B:110; Ha:720 minute

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    Zoltán Bach
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    SH2-132, Lion's mane, 





    
        

            Zoltán Bach