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Contains:  IC 4605, The star 22Sco
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IC4605 LDN1709 North-East of Antaries, 


IC4605 LDN1709 North-East of Antaries

IC4605 LDN1709 North-East of Antaries

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:Home made OC2226

Imaging camera:SBIG STL-11000M

Mount:GT11000 Paramount

Guiding telescope or lens:Home made OC2226

Guiding camera:SBIG STL-11000M

Software:PixInsight PinInsight 1.8home written C++


Accessories:RobofocusTechnical Innovations Dome 6'

Resolution: 3803x2593

Dates:April 20, 2018

Frames: 19x180"

Integration: 0.9 hours

Avg. Moon age: 4.77 days

Avg. Moon phase: 23.64% job: 2024752

RA center: 248.826 degrees

DEC center: -25.351 degrees

Pixel scale: 3.376 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 90.132 degrees

Field radius: 2.158 degrees

Locations: Sierra Chaparral Observatory, Solar Powered, Off The Grid, Single Owner, Home Made, Tulare County, CA, United States

Data source: Own remote observatory


A rich and bright area that includes LDN1709, LDN1712,LBN1110, FZ DN419, FZ DN411, CD241. This image is less than one hour of inegration. Looks like smoke from a fire...
This is a crop from a larger frame to better frame the areas of interest.
North is left in this image..



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IC4605 LDN1709 North-East of Antaries,