Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Ursa Major (UMa)  ·  Contains:  NGC 3181  ·  NGC 3184  ·  NGC3184
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ngc 3184 386 60 secs unguided exposures on the 16.03.21, 



    
        

            Stefano Ciapetti
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ngc 3184 386 60 secs unguided exposures on the 16.03.21

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ngc 3184 386 60 secs unguided exposures on the 16.03.21, 



    
        

            Stefano Ciapetti
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ngc 3184 386 60 secs unguided exposures on the 16.03.21

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Orion USA 10" Astrograph F/3,9

Imaging cameras: QHYCCD 183m

Mounts: Ioptron Cem60

Software: Astroart

Filters: Hutech IDAS LPS2

Accessory: Baader MPCC Mark III


Dates:March 16, 2021

Frames:Hutech IDAS LPS2: 386x60" (6h 26') (gain: 16.00) -20C bin 2x2

Integration: 6h 26'

Darks: ~360

Avg. Moon age: 2.82 days

Avg. Moon phase: 8.75%

Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 8.00


Astrometry.net job: 4349561

RA center: 10h 18' 9"

DEC center: +41° 25' 57"

Pixel scale: 0.984 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -26.734 degrees

Field radius: 0.406 degrees


Resolution: 2485x1633

Locations: Prato - S.Lucia Home Terrace Observatory, Prato, Prato, Italy

Data source: Backyard

Description

386 60 secs subs taken on the 16.03.21 with a Newton Orion USA 250 F 3.9, a QHY183M cool, an IDAS LPS2 filter on top of a Ioptron CEM60EC. Aquisition with Astroart, stacking with DSS, processing entirly in PS. Used astroflat pro PS plugin for artificial flat.
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NGC 3184 is a spiral galaxy approximately 40 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major. It has two HII regions named NGC 3180 and NGC 3181.
NGC 3184 houses a high abundance of heavy elements and (SN 1999gi) that was a magnitude 14 Type II supernova detected on December 9, 1999. Other supernovae in NGC 3184 include 1921B (mag 13.5), 1921C (mag 11) and 1937F (mag 13.5). (Wikipedia)

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