Frames: 67x300" ISO1600
Integration: 5.6 hours
Avg. Moon age: 24.16 days
Avg. Moon phase: 32.97%
Mean SQM: 21.40
Astrometry.net job: 1870129
RA center: 53.425 degrees
DEC center: 31.484 degrees
Pixel scale: 2.789 arcsec/pixel
Orientation: 4.816 degrees
Field radius: 2.511 degrees
Locations: Edmund G. Kline Dark Site , Deer Trail, Colorado, United States
NGC133 is a bright reflection nebula about 1000 light years away in the Perseus Molecular Cloud. It contains a very active star forming region and is surrounded by Dark Nebula Barnard 205. Nearby are reflection nebulas VdB12 and VdB13. Also, the upper left shows Dark Nebula Barnard 3, in the middle is Barnard 1, and the lower right shows Barnard 203, 204, and 206.
I first discovered this region in a widefield shot with my camera lens and I was looking forward to revisiting with my new setup. This was taken over two nights as I worked around cold temperatures and passing clouds. Here is my version of NGC1333:
Canon 6D modified
67 x 300 sec
SV80ST at 480 mm f/6
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