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Contains:  M 66, NGC 3627, M 65, NGC 3623
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M65 with SN2013am & M66, 


            Tim Jardine
M65 with SN2013am & M66

M65 with SN2013am & M66

Technical card

Resolution: 2055x1494

Dates:April 6, 2013

Frames: 40x900"

Integration: 10.0 hours

Avg. Moon age: 25.63 days

Avg. Moon phase: 16.25% job: 87033

RA center: 169.912 degrees

DEC center: 13.059 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.872 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 6.797 degrees

Field radius: 0.308 degrees


A crop of a wider image, just to highlight the position of the supernova in M65. The SN itself seems dimmer already than when it was first spotted, although that might be just my imagination. For this picture colour data from an old QHY8 was overlaid on Luminance data from an Atik 460ex. I am experimenting to see whether it is worth investing in a colour version of the 460ex, and use that for RGB colour instead of the normal LRGB filters route, as a means of making better use of the limited clear skies we have in the UK.



Tim Jardine
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M65 with SN2013am & M66, 


            Tim Jardine