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Barnards E

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses:Takahashi Epsilon 130D

Guiding telescopes or lenses:Skywatcher 9x50 finder

Guiding cameras:Lacerta MGEN

Software:PhotoshopPleiades Astrophoto, S.L. Pix Insight

Filters:Optolong LRGB SHO(6nm) 31mm

Dates:June 27, 2019

Frames: 173x180"

Integration: 8.7 hours

Avg. Moon age: 24.08 days

Avg. Moon phase: 30.07%

Basic astrometry details job: 3251249

RA center: 19h 40' 28"

DEC center: +10° 50' 34"

Pixel scale: 2.737 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 271.237 degrees

Field radius: 1.479 degrees

Resolution: 3104x2347

Locations: my little astrofarm, Weppersdorf, Austria

Data source: Traveller


Barnard 142 and 143 form together something like the letter "E", which is a good description of the visual impession in binoculars under a good sky. The stars of the Aquila milkyway are strongly reddened by dust and finally extinct in the densest clouds. The southern part of B142 contains a Herbig-Haro object, HH387, which is a hint to ongoing star formation.



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Barnards E,