NGC 281

NGC 281

NGC 281 or Pacman Nebula is a bright emission nebula and part of an H II region in the northern constellation of Cassiopeia and is part of the Milky Way’s Perseus Spiral Arm.

  • Costellation: Cassiopeia
  • AR: 00h 52m 25,1s – DEC: +56° 33′ 54″
  • Distance: —
  • Age: —

 

Shooting  Details

  • Optics:                      Takahashi FSQ85ED
  • Mount:                      EQ6 Skywatcher
  • Camera:                    QSI 683 WSG-5
  • Accessories:             Lodestar, USB_Focus V3
  • Cooling:                    -20°C
  • Filters:                      Astrodon Tru-Balance E-Series Gen 2 HaLRGB
  • Exposure:                LRGB bin1 600″x300″x300″x300″x300″ [21x17x12x13]
  • Flat-Dark-Bias:       15-19-201
  • Integration:             7 h
  • Date:                         10-13/15/17th, 11/11th, 2018
  • Location:                  Own remote observatory
  • SQM-L:                     21.10
  • Software:                 PHD2, Voyager, Pixinsight, PS
  • Note:

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