Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Auriga (Aur)  ·  Contains:  10 eta Aur  ·  11 mu. Aur  ·  112 bet Tau  ·  12 Aur  ·  12.14  ·  12.19  ·  12.42  ·  13 alf Aur  ·  13.50  ·  136 Tau  ·  14 Aur  ·  15 lam Aur  ·  16 Aur  ·  17 AR Aur  ·  18 Aur  ·  19 Aur  ·  20 rho Aur  ·  21 sig Aur  ·  22 Aur  ·  24 phi Aur  ·  25 chi Aur  ·  26 Aur  ·  29 tau Aur  ·  3 iot Aur  ·  31 ups Aur  ·  32 nu. Aur  ·  34 bet Aur  ·  37 tet Aur  ·  375 Ursula  ·  38 Aur  ·  And 79 more.
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The Constellation Auriga + M36, M37, M38

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Imaging telescopes or lenses: Canon 50mm f/1.8 STM

Imaging cameras: Canon 450 xsi

Mounts: Ioptron Skyguider Pro

Software: PS Align Pro  ·  XnView  ·  Stellarium  ·  Gimp 2.8  ·  Deepskystacker 4.1.1  ·  Fitswork 4.4.7

Accessory: Neewer Intervalometer  ·  Warm Coat and Socks  ·  Sky Atlas 2000  ·  Talisker  ·  My Cat Sne  ·  Reading Glasses!!!


Dates:Jan. 5, 2019

Frames: 38x180" (1h 54') ISO800

Integration: 1h 54'

Darks: 10

Flats: 10

Avg. Moon age: 29.02 days

Avg. Moon phase: 0.30%

Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 6.00

Temperature: -3.00


RA center: 05h32m40s.644

DEC center: +37°0117.67

Pixel scale: 21.411 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 12.455 degrees

Field radius: 12.147 degrees

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Resolution: 2528x3208

Locations: Garden, Hellerup, Denmark

Data source: Backyard

Description

Auriga is one of the 88 modern constellations; it was among the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd-century astronomer Ptolemy. Located north of the celestial equator, its name is the Latin word for “the charioteer”, associating it with various mythological beings, including Erichthonius and Myrtilus. Auriga is most prominent during winter evenings in the northern Hemisphere, along with the five other constellations that have stars in the Winter Hexagon asterism.

Image of the constellation of Auriga, Canon Xsi, 50mm lens at f3.5, ISO 800, 38 x180 Seconds. Again reprocessed, I think this is best can do with available data, pleased with final result.

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