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  • IC 434-RGB
    nebula is located just to the south of the star Alnitak which is furthest east on Orion s Belt and is part of the much larger Orion Molecular Cloud Complex The Horsehead Nebula is approximately 1500 light years from Earth It is one of the most identifiable nebulae because of the shape of its swirling cloud of dark dust and gases which is similar to that of a horse s

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  • IC 434
    is located just to the south of the star Alnitak which is furthest east on Orion s Belt and is part of the much larger Orion Molecular Cloud Complex The Horsehead Nebula is approximately 1500 light years from Earth It is one of the most identifiable nebulae because of the shape of its swirling cloud of dark dust and gases which is similar to that of a horse s head

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  • M27 Dumbbel Nebula
    Astrodon filters AO8 Exposure Time L 12 X 300 sec RGB 4 X 300 each filter More Details Environment Temperature 25oC Camera Temperature 5οC Mount Paramount ME Guiding Self guided Processing Details Photoshop Maxim CCDsoft Notes Weather Weather 5 10 Transparence 3 6 Humidity 79 Target details The Dumbbell Nebula also known as Messier 27 M 27 or NGC 6853 is a planetary nebula PN in the constellation Vulpecula at

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  • Officina Stellare Advanced RILA 400 f/5.25 "First Light"
    scope and the new camera Focusing is in manual mode and not very precise and collimation might need a bit improvement Target details Messier 13 M13 also designated NGC 6205 and sometimes called the Great Globular Cluster in Hercules or the Hercules Globular Cluster is a globular cluster of about 300 000 stars in the constellation of Hercules M13 was discovered by Edmond Halley in 1714 and catalogued by Charles

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  • M29 (NGC 6913)
    27oC Camera Temperature 10οC Mount Paramount ME Guiding Officina Stellare RC 400 16 SBIG ST10XE with AO8 Processing Details Photoshop Maxim CCDsoft Notes Weather 8 10 Transparence 2 6 Humidity 75 Target details Messier 29 also known as M 29 or NGC 6913 is an open cluster in the Cygnus constellation It was discovered by Charles Messier in 1764 and can be seen from Earth by using binoculars M29 is a rather coarse and less impressive cluster situated in the highly crowded area of Milky Way near Gamma Cygni at a distance of 7 200 most sources including Mallas Kreimer and Burnham and agreeing with early estimates or R J Trumpler 1930 or 4 000 light years the latter from Kenneth Glyn Jones and the Sky Catalogue 2000 0 The Night Sky Observer s Guide by Kepple and Sanner gives a deviating value of 6 000 light years the uncertainty due to inaccurately known absorption of the cluster s light This cluster can be seen in binoculars In telescopes lowest powers are best The brightest stars of M29 form a stubby dipper as Mallas says it The four brightest stars form a quadrilateral and another three a triangle north of

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  • M45 PLEIADES
    Sisters Messier object 45 is an open star cluster containing middle aged hot B type stars located in the constellation of Taurus It is among the nearest star clusters to Earth and is the cluster most obvious to the naked eye in the night sky Pleiades has several meanings in different cultures and traditions The cluster is dominated by hot blue and extremely luminous stars that have formed within the

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  • IC 1434
    Bode 1 While Bode doesn t give details on its discovery or any observations it seems that this may be his own discovery in particular as he lists it with source Bode in his 1782 Atlas Vorstellung der Gestirne Introduction of the Luminaries The few treatments of Bode s list usually presume that Bode 1 is non existent The nearest NGC clusters are NGC 7226 and NGC 7243 but both

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  • Double Cluster - Caldwell 14
    Stellare Advanced RILA 400 f 5 25 Tools The Sky X CCDAutopilot 5 Camera SBIG STXL11002 with FW8G STXL Astrodon filters Exposure Time RGB 3 X 300 sec each More Details Environment Temperature 24oC Camera Temperature 30οC Mount Paramount ME Guiding Self guided Processing Details Photoshop CCDsoft Notes Weather Partialy thin clouds Transparence Mediun Humidity 72 Target details The Double Cluster also known as Caldwell 14 is the common name for the naked eye open clusters NGC 869 and NGC 884 often designated h Persei and χ Persei respectively which are close together in the constellation Perseus NGC 869 and NGC 884 both lie at a distance of 7500 light years NGC 869 has a mass of 3700 solar masses and NGC 884 weighs in at 2800 solar masses however later research has shown both clusters are surrounded with a very extensive halo of stars with a total mass for the complex of at least 20 000 solar masses Based on their individual stars the clusters are relatively young both 12 8 million years old In comparison the Pleiades have an estimated age ranging from 75 million years to 150 million years There are more than 300 blue white super

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