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NGC 1961, 


            Lorenzo Siciliano
NGC 1961

NGC 1961

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:C11

Imaging camera:SBIG ST8XME

Mount:Synta EQ6

Filter:Custom Scientific LRGB filter set (1.25")

Accessory:SBIG AO8

Resolution: 1503x976

Dates:Oct. 20, 2012

Custom Scientific Luminance: 26x1200" bin 1x1
Custom Scientific RGB: 3x1200" bin 1x1

Integration: 9.7 hours

Avg. Moon age: 5.64 days

Avg. Moon phase: 31.85% job: 151100

RA center: 5h 42' 2"

DEC center: +69° 23' 6"

Orientation: 59.549 degrees

Field radius: 0.150

Locations: Monte Pollino, San Severino Lucano, Basilicata, Italy


Galassia peculiare, nota anche come Arp 184
I soliti tre C11.

Peculiar galaxy, also known as Arp 184.
Again, three C11s under the sky.

Credits: Lorenzo Siciliano - Francesco Corrao - Aldo Grassi

PS. I uploaded a new version with a better colour correction to me. In particular I reduced the cyan-blue halo around the most luminous stars in he field.



Lorenzo Siciliano
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  • NGC 1961, 


            Lorenzo Siciliano
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    NGC 1961, 


            Lorenzo Siciliano

Sky plot

Sky plot


NGC 1961, 


            Lorenzo Siciliano

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