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The OTHER double cluster.

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I've been having a clearout of old images today (they don't 'arf accumulate,don't they) and thought I'd post this one,not because of the quality but because I don't recall having seen it on the Forum and might prove of interest .

This one is in Cassiopeiar,due North of the famous one in Perseus and is made up of NGC 7788 & NGC 7790. Much fainter than it's big brother but worth a look come Autumn time.

The attached image is a 12.5mm eyepiece projection with a 450D through a SW 150 Startravel in Sept.2009.

Might be a nice subject for those with proper imaging gear.

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Ah, now that's something a bit different :) Nice one :)

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nice.thanks for posting .

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