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jaspalchadha

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  1. Thanks all one of my favourite clusters.. Stub. Just work with layers and slow increments .. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  5. M13, the Great Cluster in Hercules, teeters on the edge of naked eye visibility and appears in binoculars as a small, circular, hazy glow. It contains over 300,000 stars, and its luminosity is 300 thousand times the Sun. Globular star clusters, unlike open star clusters such as the Pleiades, are tightly held together by gravity. Whereas open clusters break up after hundreds of millions of years, globular clusters remain intact after billions of years. Equipment Used 26/06/2015 - LONDON ALTAIR ASTRO RC 250TT QHY9S MONO CCD BAADER FILTERS LRGB EACH AT 3 X 300s IOPTRON CEM 60 MOUNT Flickr http
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  8. Thank you. Yup unfortunately from London :/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  11. NGC 884 (bottom) and NGC 869 (top) Each cluster contains around 300 or more stars, some of which are extremely bright at 50,000x more luminous than our Sun. These two clusters were like to be born of the same molecular cloud in the Perseus Arm around 3-5 million years ago, making them among the youngest star clusters known. Technical Details: Optics:NGC 869 Espirt 100ED (Quad lens) at F5.5 Mount: Ioptron CEM60 Camera:QHY9S Filters: Chroma Technology LRGB filters Dates/Times:5th September 2015 ( Moon light conditions ) Location: London (UK) Exposure Details: L = 5 x 300s R = 4 x 5 500s, G = 4
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  13. Adjust the hue and apply layers so you don't colour the whole image Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. NGC 1528 is an open cluster with about 165 stars, with the brightest set in the order of magnitude 8.7... It stretches over about 13 year light into space. It has an estimated age of about 300-370 million years ago It is approximately at 1530 years light in away from us. NGC 1545 (Bottom Right) NGC 1545 is located in the constellation Perseus an open cluster and Is approximately 2,300 light years away Other objects HIP19931 – Carbon Star Carbon stars, also known as C stars, have carbon/oxygen ratios that are typically four to five times higher than those of normal red giants and show littl
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  18. This is the #Cigar Galaxy, otherwise known as #NGC 3034 or M82. This galaxy is ‘nearby” it’s at a neighbourly distance of 12-million light-years, in the constellation of Ursa Major. The galaxy itself is classified as a starburst #galaxy. As a whole, M82 is 5 times brighter than the Milky Way. Up until recently, M82 was thought to be an irregular galaxy, but astronomers have since discovered two spiral arms. Imaged from #London using Altair Astro RC 250TT #ioptron CEM60 mount QSI 690 CCD L: 5 x 5 min RGB 3 x 10 min Ha 3 x 30 min Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  22. Plain old simple really with last nights horrible conditions #Cassiopeiae is a yellow-white hued sub giant or giant of stellar class F2III-IV, with a surface temperature of 6,700 Kelvin. More than three times the size of and 28 times brighter than the Sun, Caph has an absolute magnitude of +1.16. It was once an A-type star with about double the Sun's mass. It is now in the process of cooling and expanding to become a red giant. Its core is likely to have used up its hydrogen and is shrinking and heating, while its outer envelope of hydrogen is expanding and cooling. Stars do not spend much ti
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  24. Happy #Halloween The #ghostly figure is about 600 light-years distant, the clouds aren't actually melting, but they are slowly dissipating under the influence of ionizing ultraviolet radiation from hot, luminous star gamma Cas An unfinished project that I started earlier this year https://flic.kr/p/AqtCqs Imaged from #London Using RC250 TT QSI 690CCD Astrodon 3nm Ha 2 x 20min Ioprton CEM60 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  25. It's always good to try something new. As I already owned a set of 1.25 i had to buy a new set of 36mm for my qhy9s. I guess it was Bernard's sweet talk from modern astronomy and that feeling for being the first to own a set of 3nm in the uk. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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