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NGC 810, 


            Corey Rueckheim
NGC 810
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NGC 810

Technical card

Dates:Nov. 23, 2019

Frames: 9x40"

Integration: 0.1 hours

Avg. Moon age: 26.10 days

Avg. Moon phase: 12.77%

Basic astrometry details job: 3075013

RA center: 2h 5' 32"

DEC center: +13° 17' 27"

Pixel scale: 0.372 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 359.809 degrees

Field radius: 0.257 degrees

Resolution: 4115x2804

Locations: Lafayette Home, Sparta, WI, United States

Data source: Backyard


While star-hopping to Uranus, I discovered the interesting galaxy NGC 810. What I really noticed was what looked like a star right next to it. After researching it a bit further, this is actually galaxy SDSS J020529.28+131503.5. I haven't found a great image of this pair, but the SDSS image has a peculiar dark linear feature through the center of the main galaxy. Is this for real? Do I see hints of it in my own image? This galaxy is said to have an active galactic nucleus. Hubble imaging team, please take an image of this galaxy! EDIT: Hubble did exactly that! The dark linear feature is real.

Several other galaxies appear in this image, the most prominent include: UGC 1584 (above NGC 810), UGC 1593 (to the left), and PCG 1424659 (to the right).



Corey Rueckheim
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NGC 810, 


            Corey Rueckheim

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