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Mayo 25
Lat. 39.0, Lon. -77.5
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16:32 03:52
Many years ago when I was using my 6" reflector and an EQ3.2 mount I stumbled across ngc 4837 - I was actually looking for M94, I think. The image I got with my MX5C was not great and I have been looking to re-image this one with my H9C camera for a while. I got around to looking for it a couple of nights ago and got some reasonable exposures. It's very tiny and not at all spectacular but still an interesting example of an interacting galaxy pair. I don't have much data on the pair except the following: 1. both galaxies are around mag 14 2. both are tiny about 1' x 0.5' 3. they are about 7 deg from M94 which indicates how far out I was looking for M94. 4. they are a very, very long way away from us! 5. there are at least 20 other extremely faint galaxies in the image. This is 60 minutes exposure so probably not worth much more effort on - GoogleSky gives a better impression of the 2 galaxies.
NGC 4837, Astrofotografía hecha por astroeyes


  • Telescopio / lente fotográfico: orion optics Reflector 254/1250 mm
  • Cámara fotográfica: sx h9c
  • Montura: Ecuatorial Vixen ss2k
  • Telescopio / lente guía: kwiq Refractor
  • Cámara guía: kwiq
  • Procesada con: astroart 3

Cuadros / subs

  • Lights: 60 x 60 seg
  • Tiempo de integración: 1:00 horas


  • Fecha: Fri Jan 15th 2010
  • Binning: 1x1

Información espacial

  • Tamaño: 636 x 478 pixels

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