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Contains:  M 37, NGC 2099
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A fruitful night - Auriga classics, M37, 





    
        

            Luigi Fontana
A fruitful night - Auriga classics, M37

A fruitful night - Auriga classics, M37

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:Orion ODK 12"

Imaging camera:Canon EOS 6D UNMOD

Mount:10Micron GM2000 QCI

Guiding telescope or lens:Vixen 60/700

Guiding camera:Lodestar

Software:Adobe PhosotshopPixinsightAstroart

Resolution: 5178x3186

Dates:Jan. 11, 2019

Frames: 6x600"

Integration: 1.0 hours

Avg. Moon age: 4.85 days

Avg. Moon phase: 24.35%

Astrometry.net job: 2578196

RA center: 87.997 degrees

DEC center: 32.551 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.667 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 88.897 degrees

Field radius: 0.563 degrees

Locations: Capanne di Cosola e postazioni limitrofe, Capanne di Cosola, Appennino, al confine tra Piemonte, Emilia e Liguria, None

Data source: Traveller

Description

****** ENG: The night of Jan 11th, 2019 has been really fruitful. My primary target was a long exposure of M97 & M108, but waiting for them to rise well above the horizon, I spent one hour (6x600") on each of the big Messier open clusters in Auriga. The three images have very similar postprocessiong, and obviously very "uniform" data. Same night, sema camera, same exposure time. So... differences between the clusters are "real" :-). By the way, M37 (and M11) are my favourite open clusters!

SQM 21,2 - Bortle 3

****** ITA: la notte dell'11 gennaio 2019 è stata davvero produttiva. Il mio bersaglio principale era una ripresa di M97 e M108, ma mentre aspettavo che si alzassero, ho ripreso per un'ora ciascuno (6 pose da 600") M36, 37 e 38, i tre bellissimi (e molto diversi tra loro!) ammassi in Auriga. Le tre immagini hanno un processo simile, e quindi sono ragionevolmente "uniformi".
Per inciso, M37 (con M11) sono in miei ammassi aperti preferiti!

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Luigi Fontana
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A fruitful night - Auriga classics, M37, 





    
        

            Luigi Fontana