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NGC2170 region, NGC2185, NGC2183, LBN999, LDN1646, vdB72-74, vdB67-70; Monoceros, 




    

        Thomas V. Davis
NGC2170 region, NGC2185, NGC2183, LBN999, LDN1646, vdB72-74, vdB67-70; Monoceros

NGC2170 region, NGC2185, NGC2183, LBN999, LDN1646, vdB72-74, vdB67-70; Monoceros

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Resolution: 4022x4037

Astrometry.net job: 2099090

RA center: 91.750 degrees

DEC center: -6.202 degrees

Pixel scale: 2.212 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 10.764 degrees

Field radius: 1.750 degrees

Data source: Own remote observatory

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NGC2170 region, NGC2185, NGC2183, LBN999, LDN1646, vdB72-74, vdB67-70; Monoceros
Astro-Physics 155EDF (155TCC) f/5.4 refractor
KAF-16803; FLI Proline
Total Exposure Time: 12.6 hours; LHaRGB 260:300:100:100:100, unbinned
January 2009; RDO, Moorook, AU

Comments: NGC2170 is a common nebula imaged and yet with long exposures it takes on a whole new look. Many of the nebulae seen here appear to be uncatalogued and not previously imaged. This image has been carefully processed to reveal the many faint and dusty nebulae in this region of Monoceros.

This image was NASA APOD January 14, 2009.

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Thomas V. Davis
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NGC2170 region, NGC2185, NGC2183, LBN999, LDN1646, vdB72-74, vdB67-70; Monoceros, 




    

        Thomas V. Davis