Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Virgo (Vir)  ·  Contains:  NGC 5356  ·  NGC 5360  ·  NGC 5363  ·  NGC 5364  ·  NGC 5373

Image of the day 08/14/2020

Getting plate-solving status, please wait...
    NGC 5364 in Virgo, 



    
        

            Markus Blauensteiner
    Powered byPixInsight

    Image of the day 08/14/2020

    Getting plate-solving status, please wait...
      NGC 5364 in Virgo, 



    
        

            Markus Blauensteiner
      Powered byPixInsight

      Imaging telescopes or lenses: Lacerta Newton 10" f/4

      Imaging cameras: Starlight Xpress Trius 694 mono

      Mounts: 10 Micron GM2000 HPS II, unguided

      Software: Adobe Phosotshop  ·  PixInsight

      Filters: LRGB


      Dates:March 28, 2019

      Frames: 69x600" (11h 30')

      Integration: 11h 30'

      Avg. Moon age: 22.43 days

      Avg. Moon phase: 47.02%


      RA center: 13h56m06s.265

      DEC center: +05°0730.55

      Pixel scale: 1.182 arcsec/pixel

      Orientation: -0.340 degrees

      Field radius: 0.460 degrees

      More info:Open 


      Resolution: 2192x1751

      Locations: Ursa Major Observatory, part of ROSA, France, France

      Data source: Own remote observatory

      Remote source: Non-commercial independent facility

      Description

      NGC 5363 and NGC 5364 together with NGC 5360, NGC 5356 and some dwarf galaxies form a group on the eastern edge of the constellation Virgo. From the radial velocities of the galaxies it can be seen that they are similarly distant, i.e. they actually belong together.

      L 33x10min / RGB 12x10min per filter

      Comments

      Sky plot

      Sky plot

      Histogram

      NGC 5364 in Virgo, 



    
        

            Markus Blauensteiner