Barnard 361, IC 1369, PK 89-0.1

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Exposure data

Photographer:

Jürgen Stöger

Optics:

Takahashi FSQ106ED f/5 (main)
Scopos ED66 (guide)

Mount:

Fornax 51

Cameras:

Atik 383L+ (main)
Starlight SXV-M7 (guide)

Exposure:

L=130min (26x5), RGB=each 40 min (8x5)

Conditions:

about 5 mag

Moon:

below horizon

Location:

Katzelsdorf

Date:

2.,3.,10. August 2013

Remarks:

Image processing assistance by Gerald Wechselberger and Franz Gruber

 

This interesting region full of dark nebulae is situated in Cygnus, to the northeast of NGC 7000, the North American Nebula.

 

B 361 - object data
RA: 21h13m
Dec: +47° 23'
Size: 17'

 

IC 1369 - object data
RA: 21h12.5m
Dec: +47° 47'
Size: 5'
Brightness: 8.8 mag

 

PK 89-0.1 (Sh 1-89) - object data
RA: 21h14.5m
Dec: +47° 48'
Size: 64 x 29"
Brightness: 14.80 mag

 

Further visible objects: dark nebulae LDN 966, LDN 963, LDN 960, LDN 950 and galaxy PGC 2291359

 

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