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Equipment

  • Imaging telescope / lens: Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain (SCT) 200/2032 mm SC 203/2032 C8 OTA
  • Imaging camera: Atik 314L+ Mono (CCD)
  • Mount: Equatorial Sky-Watcher AZ-EQ6
  • Guiding telescope / lens: Sky-Watcher Refractor 80/400 mm AC 80/400 StarTravel OTA
  • Guiding camera: Atik 314L+ Mono (CCD)
  • Accessories: Off-axis guider MGEN
    Barlow Celestron 0.63x 2.00"

Spatial Info

  • Image size: 1,273 x 881 pixels
  • Image scale: 0.938 arcsec / pixel
  • Visual field: 0.202 degrees
  • RA center: 7h 36m 52s
  • DEC center: 65º 36' 03''
  • Orientation: -175.684 degrees

Frames / Subs

  • Lights (filter Luminance): 24 x 240 sec
  • Lights (filter Red): 20 x 180 sec
  • Lights (filter Green): 20 x 180 sec
  • Lights (filter Blue): 20 x 180 sec
  • Total integration time: 4:36 hours

Acquisition

  • Date: Fri Jan 20th 2017
  • Seeing: 4 / 5
  • Transparency: 3 / 5
  • Sky darkness: 3 / 9
  • Ambient temperature: -6.0 ºC
  • Camera sensor temperature: -20.0 ºC
  • Binning: 1x1

Sky Maps

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What's in Washington's Sky Tonight?

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  • Diffuse nebulaeby: magnitude size rise transit
  • Galaxiesby: magnitude size rise transit
  • Galaxy clustersby: magnitude size rise transit
  • Globular clustersby: magnitude size rise transit
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  • Open clustersby: magnitude size rise transit
  • Planetary nebulaeby: magnitude size rise transit
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