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Contains:  NGC 3324
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Gabriela Mistral bi-colour, 


            Nicholas Jones
Gabriela Mistral bi-colour

Gabriela Mistral bi-colour

Technical card

Resolution: 3600x4458

Dates:Feb. 16, 2018

Frames: 55x600"

Integration: 9.2 hours

Avg. Moon age: 0.58 days

Avg. Moon phase: 0.38% job: 1934711

RA center: 159.859 degrees

DEC center: -58.888 degrees

Pixel scale: 1.232 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 94.061 degrees

Field radius: 0.981 degrees

Locations: Terip Terip, Murindindi Shire, Victoria, Australia

Data source: Own remote observatory


Gabriela Mistral nebula (NGC 3324), an object that lies some 7500 light years away on the outer reaches of the great Eta Carinae nebula (NGC 3372). This is a bi-colour version that has blended light from the hydrogen-aplha and oxygen-III emission lines

Location: Terip Terip, Victoria, Australia
Dates: 30th Dec 2017 - 1st Jan 2018, 16th Feb 2108
Scope: Takahashi 130 TOA NBF refractor, focal length 1000 mm
Camera: mono ML16200 with a Loadstar X2 on an Astrodon MOAG off-axis guider.
Software: Sequence Generator Pro
40 x 600 sec on an Astrodon Hydrogen alpha 3nm filter 3nm filter
15 x 600 sec on an Astrodon OIII filter
Sensor temp: -30



Nicholas Jones
License: None (All rights reserved)


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            Nicholas Jones
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Gabriela Mistral bi-colour, 


            Nicholas Jones