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Contains:  IC 1795, NGC 896

Image of the day 02/11/2019

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    IC 1795 - The Fishhead Nebula (SHO), 





    
        

            Frank Breslawski
    IC 1795 - The Fishhead Nebula (SHO)

    IC 1795 - The Fishhead Nebula (SHO)

    Technical card

    Resolution: 2460x3211

    Dates:Jan. 19, 2019Jan. 20, 2019Jan. 21, 2019

    Frames:
    Astronomik H-Alpha 6nm CCD: 26x900" -20C bin 1x1
    Astronomik OIII 6nm CCD: 25x900" -20C bin 1x1
    Astronomik SII 6nm CCD: 25x900" -20C bin 1x1

    Integration: 19.0 hours

    Darks: ~50

    Flats: ~10

    Bias: ~200

    Avg. Moon age: 13.93 days

    Avg. Moon phase: 98.24%

    Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 4.00

    Astrometry.net job: 2513244

    RA center: 36.723 degrees

    DEC center: 62.035 degrees

    Pixel scale: 0.927 arcsec/pixel

    Orientation: 358.095 degrees

    Field radius: 0.521 degrees

    Locations: Home, Bergisches Land, Germany

    Data source: Backyard

    Description

    Finally, after more than two months I had some clear nights again, in which I could do some photography. Actually I had thought (after the bad weather phase exactly one year before) that this could not happen again. But - that's life. ;-)

    Since the clear nights were exactly on the last full moon phase, of course only narrow band imaging was possible. The goal of the desire was the fish head nebula, which revealed some fine details. But see for yourself. :-)

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    Frank Breslawski
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    IC 1795 - The Fishhead Nebula (SHO), 





    
        

            Frank Breslawski

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