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Contains:  The star 24Cep, The star 16Cep

Image of the day 09/10/2019

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    LDN 1235, 


            Donghun Kim
    LDN 1235

    LDN 1235

    Technical card

    Resolution: 6147x4022

    Dates:Aug. 25, 2019Aug. 26, 2019

    Frames: 77x300" ISO800

    Integration: 6.4 hours

    Avg. Moon age: 24.54 days

    Avg. Moon phase: 25.79%

    Mean SQM: 21.50

    Temperature: 4.50 job: 2898128

    RA center: 22h 0' 59"

    DEC center: +73° 0' 43"

    Pixel scale: 1.894 arcsec/pixel

    Orientation: 353.189 degrees

    Field radius: 1.932

    Locations: MSQ Loon Lake Observing Site, Merritt, BC, Canada

    Data source: Traveller


    Lynds Dark Nebula 1235 is a cloud of interstellar dust. This type of dust can be originated from short lived massive stars or very old dying stars. This type of dusts is playing an important role in star formations. LDN objects were surveyed by astronomer Beverly Lynds using Palomar Schmidt Photographs in 1962.


    This is imaged during Merritt Star Quest 2019.



    Donghun Kim
    License: None (All rights reserved)

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    LDN 1235, 


            Donghun Kim