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Contains:  M 76, Little Dumbbell, NGC 650
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Messier 76 - Little Dumbell Nebula (lucky imaging), 


            Łukasz Sujka
Messier 76 - Little Dumbell Nebula (lucky imaging)

Messier 76 - Little Dumbell Nebula (lucky imaging)

Technical card

Resolution: 1948x1400

Frames:MEADE LRGB: 1000x3" (gain: 0.70) -20C

Integration: 0.8 hours

Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 3.00

Temperature: 7.00 job: 1752888

RA center: 25.592 degrees

DEC center: 51.578 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.414 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 139.703 degrees

Field radius: 0.138 degrees

Locations: Home Observatory, Budy Dłutowskie , Pabianice, Poland


Another object made with technique of short exp astrophoto. M76 - Little Dumbell Nebula in Perseus - sometimes people said that this is most difficult object for visual observation due its small size.

Planetary nebulas are reaminigs of dying stars, not so massive to explode in supernova events. Similiar faith will be part of our Sun life in next 5 billion years.

Newton 250/1200 on EQ6 + ASI 178-MM camera

L - 400 x 2,5s (gain 65%)
RGB-250 x 2,5 s per channel (gain 80 %)



Łukasz Sujka
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Sky plot

Sky plot


Messier 76 - Little Dumbell Nebula (lucky imaging), 


            Łukasz Sujka