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A little intergalactic wanderer


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Despite being very misty, eventually more like fog, last night, there were stars visible through the 'murk', so I thought I'd give it a go.

Picked out NGC2419, a small (4.6x4.6) Mag 10.3 glob, as being at quite high DEC, it was through the least amount of mist. Its described as an 'intergalactic wanderer', and as such is way out on its own.

Only managed 8x300 sec subs, before the Fog called a halt to things. I'd like to try this one again under better conditions.

12" LX200R + f/3.3 FR and SXVF-H9C.

Dave

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