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Abell 32 (Lost Cause), 



    
        

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Abell 32 (Lost Cause)
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Abell 32 (Lost Cause)

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Dates:April 5, 2020

Frames: 30x120"

Integration: 1.0 hours

Avg. Moon age: 11.73 days

Avg. Moon phase: 89.91%


Astrometry.net job: 3388232

RA center: 9h 16' 23"

DEC center: +3° 53' 38"

Pixel scale: 1.316 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 0.131 degrees

Field radius: 0.228 degrees


Resolution: 907x859

Locations: Stanford Faculty Observatory, Stanford, California, United States

Data source: Own remote observatory

Remote source: Non-commercial independent facility

Description

Have been searching PN and Abell 30-34 are pretty much overhead now and lined up North to South. I wanted to image them all but found this one is too small... cannot see it and did HA and O-III pilot images also. Suppose to be a couple arcsec.

I just put this here since I know people search and this will help somebody avoid wasted frames, maybe.

North
Abell 30 2.1 Arc" ..... not yet tried
Abell 31 = Sh2 290 .... done
Abell 32 = This object 0.0 Arc"
Abell 33 4.5 Arc"..... the Diamond, done
Abell 34 4.8 Arc"..... and feasible, am doing it
South

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Description: Master L

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Description: Bogus object in The Sky X.

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