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Simeis 147 Ha 6 panel mosaic, 





    
        

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Simeis 147 Ha 6 panel mosaic

Simeis 147 Ha 6 panel mosaic

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Imaging telescope or lens:Skywatcher ED80

Imaging camera:ATIK 383L+

Mount:SkyWatcher AZ-EQ6

Guiding telescope or lens:Orion thin OAG

Guiding camera:QHYCCD QHY5

Focal reducer:Skywatcher .85x Focal Reducer & Corrector

Software:PixinsightMain Sequence Software SGPro

Filter:Baader Ha 7nm 36mm

Accessory:DIY Focus controllers

Resolution: 2700x2850

Dates:March 31, 2018

Frames: 120x1800"

Integration: 60.0 hours

Avg. Moon age: 14.75 days

Avg. Moon phase: 100.00%

Astrometry.net job: 3006688

RA center: 5h 39' 41"

DEC center: +27° 57' 7"

Pixel scale: 4.281 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 176.091 degrees

Field radius: 2.334

Locations: Remote observatory, Kiev, Ukraine

Data source: Own remote observatory

Remote source: Non-commercial independent facility

Description

Simeis 147, also known as the Spaghetti Nebula, SNR G180.0-01.7 or Sharpless 2-240, is a supernova remnant (SNR) in the Milky Way, straddling the border between the constellations Auriga and Taurus. Discovered in 1952 at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory using a 25-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope, it is difficult to observe due to its extremely low brightness.

The nebulous area is fairly large with an almost spherical shell and filamentary structure. The remnant has an apparent diameter of approximately 3 degrees, an estimated distance of approximately 3000 (±350) light-years, and an age of approximately 40,000 years.

It is believed that after its stellar explosion a rapidly spinning neutron star known as pulsar PSR J0538+2817 was left behind in the nebula core, emitting a strong radio signal.
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