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Observatory Parameters
May 25
Clouds: Seeing:
Waxing Gibbous
16:32 03:52
NGC 1333 A dramatic scenery of structures and colors - NGC 1333 and its surroundings. This is a star-forming region, about 1000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Perseus, home of hundreds of newly born stars. NGC 1333 is the blue reflection nebula, surrounded by dusty regions with contrasting red emissions from Herbig-Haro objects, jets and glowing gas escaping from recently formed stars. Frames: 76x900" Location: Deep Sky West Observatory, Rowe, MN, United States
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  • Imaging telescope / lens: Takahashi FSQ 106 EDX III
  • Imaging camera: QSI 683 WSG8
  • Mount: Paramount MyT
  • Guiding telescope / lens: Takahashi FSQ 106 EDX III
  • Guiding camera: QSI 683 WSG8
  • Processed with: PixInsight

Frames / Subs




Spatial Info

  • Image Size: 1,600 x 1,366 pixels
  • Image Scale: 3.726 arcsec / pixel
  • Visual Field: 2º 10' 37''
  • RA Center: 3h 27m 34s
  • DEC Center: 31º 07' 06''
  • Orientation: 179.701 degrees E of N

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