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Contains:  NGC 1893, IC 410
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IC 410 gradient enhanced image processed, 


IC 410 gradient enhanced image processed

IC 410 gradient enhanced image processed

Technical card

Resolution: 2400x1566 job: 2460245

RA center: 80.684 degrees

DEC center: 33.429 degrees

Pixel scale: 2.067 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 91.497 degrees

Field radius: 0.823 degrees

Data source: Amateur hosting facility

Remote source: DeepSkyWest


IC 410 (Tadpole Nebula)
OTA: Star-Fire 175 (f/8)
Camera: FLI - PL16070AE
Observatory: Deep Sky West
Hydrogen: 8 x 1800 sec
Sulfur: 13 x 1800
Oxygen: 11 x 1800
Total exposure 16 hours
Image Width: ~1.3 deg
Processed by Alex Woronow using PixInsight in 2018

IC410 is an emission nebula where the radiation ionized hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur are stimulated by a cluster of stars (NGC 1893) that lies at the nebula’s center. The cluster consists of young (~ 4 Myr old), large, hot stars (an “OB association”). Not only do the young-star radiation ionize the gases, but strong stellar winds sculpt the gas, molecules, and dust. The two “tadpoles” at about 8:00 owe their existence to the relatively recent ignition of stars near their heads and the intense winds created by this star ignition.
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IC 410 gradient enhanced image processed, 



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