Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Pisces (Psc)  ·  Contains:  Solar system body or event
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19P/Borrelly - Comet in Pisces - 2022-02-02 19:36 UT - IAS Remote - RGB v1, 



    
        

            Martin Junius
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            Martin Junius
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19P/Borrelly - Comet in Pisces - 2022-02-02 19:36 UT - IAS Remote - RGB v1

Equipment

Imaging Telescopes Or Lenses
Takahashi Epsilon 160
Imaging Cameras
QHYCCD QHY268PH M
Mounts
10Micron GM3000 HPS
Filters
Chroma G 36mm · Chroma R 36mm · Chroma B 36mm
Software
N.I.N.A. Nighttime Imaging 'N' Astronomy · Photoshop 2022 · Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic · Pleiades Astrophoto S.L. PixInsight 1.8 Ripley

Acquisition details

Dates:
Feb. 2, 2022
Frames:
Chroma B 36mm: 9x120" (18') (gain: 56.00) -10°C bin 1x1
Chroma G 36mm: 10x120" (20') (gain: 56.00) -10°C bin 1x1
Chroma R 36mm: 10x120" (20') (gain: 56.00) -10°C bin 1x1
Integration:
58'
Darks:
13
Flats:
20
Bias:
100
Avg. Moon age:
1.40 days
Avg. Moon phase:
2.19%
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale:
1.00
Temperature:
17.00

Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 5491419

RA center: 01h31m08s.9

DEC center: +05°3206

Pixel scale: 1.435 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 0.720 degrees

Field radius: 1.474 degrees

Resolution: 6167x4076

Locations: IAS Observatory Hakos, Hakos, Namibia

Data source: Own remote observatory

Remote source: Non-commercial independent facility

Description

IAS - Internationale Amateuersternwarte e.V. - Hakos Observatory, Namibia
IAS remote telescope "Klein-Lukas"
Remote team: F. Hund, J. Obstfelder, L. Demetz, M. Mushardt, T. Klemmer, T. Winterer, M. Junius

Comet one day after perihelion (2022-02-01) at ~9 mag

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