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Contains:  The star 66Aql, The star θAql, The star 64Aql
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vdB129; Aquila, 


            Thomas V. Davis
vdB129; Aquila

vdB129; Aquila

Technical card

Resolution: 4096x4096 job: 2190500

RA center: 302.838 degrees

DEC center: -0.810 degrees

Pixel scale: 1.660 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 273.967 degrees

Field radius: 1.335 degrees

Data source: Backyard


vdB129; Aquila
Astro-Physics 305mm f/3.8 Riccardi-Honders astrograph, Lum
Takahashi FSQ-106 f/5 refractor, OSC
KAF-16803 FLI Proline
Total Exposure Time: 6.75 hours; L:OSC 210:195 min
June 2014; Inkom, ID

Comments: vdB129 is difficult to image due to the close proximity to 65 Auriga, a magnitude 3 star.

vdB129: Size (arcmin): 25 by 12
Type: illuminating star inside nebula
Surface brightness: faint
Color: moderately blue
Absorption: absent
Illuminating star ID1: BD-01 3911
Illuminating star ID2: HD191692
Mag. of illuminating star: 3.24
Spectral type of star: B9.5III



Thomas V. Davis
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vdB129; Aquila, 


            Thomas V. Davis