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Double Cluster (Wide View)

Ahh, the Double Cluster...

I cropped the image down so the clusters would be right in the middle of the image. Just as beautiful as it is when viewed in the telescope where the stars brighten up the eyepiece and you get countless amount of stars in a nursery brighter and hotter than our sun :) 

I took this at ISO 400, an Exposure time of 20 seconds (Could have done 15 seconds to prevent trailing), lastly an aperture of F/3.5.

This was taken Friday the 27th October 2017, facing North-West at around 19:18.

P.S: I know this isn't exactly the Double Cluster people were expecting, but it's the wide field shot, until I can get a better mount and something to move the telescope without disturbing it, it will be wide field shots. But it shouldn't be too long until i get a device for it :D 


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Photo Information for Double Cluster (Wide View)

Taken with Canon Canon EOS 1300D

  • 18 mm
  • 20/1
  • f f/3.5
  • ISO 400
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