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Contains:  NGC 1360

Image of the day 11/16/2019

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    The Robin’s Egg Nebula, NGC 1360, in Narrowband, 





    
        

            Russ Carpenter
    The Robin’s Egg Nebula, NGC 1360, in Narrowband

    The Robin’s Egg Nebula, NGC 1360, in Narrowband

    Technical card

    Resolution: 2256x2185

    Dates:Nov. 6, 2019

    Frames: 10x600"

    Integration: 1.7 hours

    Avg. Moon age: 9.23 days

    Avg. Moon phase: 69.16%

    Astrometry.net job: 3039565

    RA center: 53.326 degrees

    DEC center: -25.862 degrees

    Pixel scale: 0.965 arcsec/pixel

    Orientation: 91.122 degrees

    Field radius: 0.421 degrees

    Data source: Amateur hosting facility

    Remote source: ChileScope

    Description

    This beautiful, rarely imaged, planetary nebula was captured in OIII and Ha. A mere 1.7 hours of imaging time brought out some nice colors and structures.

    This nebula’s central star is a binary. There are jets on both ends.

    Tech Notes:
    ASA Newtonian, 500 mm aperture, 1900mm focal length, F3.6
    FLI Proline 16803, 9 mm pixel, 4096 X 4096
    ASA DDM85 equatorial mount
    Processing with PixInsight and Affinity Photo

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    Russ.Carpenter
    Russ Carpenter
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    The Robin’s Egg Nebula, NGC 1360, in Narrowband, 





    
        

            Russ Carpenter