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Contains:  Southern Pleiades, IC 2602, The star θCar
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IC 2602 - Southern Pleiades and M46 @ Big Moon - first image using QHY8L Color :-), 





    
        

            Daniel Nobre
IC 2602 - Southern Pleiades and M46 @ Big Moon - first image using QHY8L Color :-)

IC 2602 - Southern Pleiades and M46 @ Big Moon - first image using QHY8L Color :-)

Technical card

Resolution: 2845x1946

Astrometry.net job: 2648020

RA center: 160.685 degrees

DEC center: -64.372 degrees

Pixel scale: 1.318 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 22.766 degrees

Field radius: 0.631 degrees

Locations: Pandora Observatory, Pindamonhangaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Data source: Backyard

Description

Hi guys! Lets go back to reality and face the facts, shall we? Enough from Subaru and Liverpool Telescope for a while...Back to my backyard, I invested a little bit with a second hand CCD, QHY8L color, and thats the result...! Hope you enjoy these simple images ! :-)

Thanks to Mr. Tero (Nurinniska - https://www.astrobin.com/users/Nurinniska/ ) who gave very nice tips about using the camera and has amazing pictures with this same gear !! :-)

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IC 2602 - Southern Pleiades and M46 @ Big Moon - first image using QHY8L Color :-), 





    
        

            Daniel Nobre