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#1 PeterDob

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 03:36 AM

On special request (and to satisfy my own curiosity of course), here's my observation of Pease 1 yesterday evening. I don't like putting arrows on my sketches so if you want to know what it is, it's the bright little patch on the top left of the nucleus. I didn't notice it at first but when adding the UHC filters it jumped out at me, as if it were a small, detached nucleus. Circumstances were fare from ideal though, with haziness and poor transparency, but I'm happy that I found it anyway... :)

 

You know the drill... please click on the image ;)

 

Cheers!

 

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Pease 1 (binoscope).jpg


Edited by PeterDob, 04 October 2016 - 03:38 AM.

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 03:46 AM

well done! :) That's an impressive magnification, but I think you need it to spy the little planetary.

 

Interestingly enough, I noticed that Pease 1 is the Cosmic Challenge for this month: http://www.cloudynig...e-pease-1-r3069

 

Did Phil follow our posts?? ;)

 

I observed M15 as well yesterday (more to follow) but didn't give Pease 1 a try, I think it's too much for my 10"...

 

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 04:55 AM

Pfiuoo, too good, what a precision and looking at your video's that must be a lot of work Peter :waytogo: .

Well done and bravo :bow: :bow: :bow:

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 06:16 AM

Thank you so much, Martijn and Michel... You're too kind! :flowerred:

 

@Martijn: Wow! What a coincidence! I should post my sketch as a reply... :grin:  But don't give up! The nebula's supposed to be small but yet it lit up significantly when I put the filters on, so I'm sure that you'll see it too. Go go go!!! :cool: :cool: :cool:

 

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 08:54 AM

Nice catch--congratulations.   :)



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Posted 04 October 2016 - 10:10 AM

Very cool, but now you'll have to do the "list" of cluster planetaries :)

 

http://messier.seds....supp/gc_pn.html

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http://messier.seds.org/planetar.html

 

SEDS data can be unreliable.

 

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 10:55 AM

Peter,

 

Oh yes there it is . Very, very fine. :waytogo:

 

Frank :)



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Posted 04 October 2016 - 12:00 PM

Hard work Peter.Bravo bravo bravo! 

 

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 04:14 PM

Peter,

 

Very good sketch of  Pease 1  :) .

 

CS,KLU,

 

:thanx: ,

 

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Posted 09 October 2016 - 01:02 PM

So I'm not nuts,  you see a blue cast to this globular too?  Exquisite treatment of the stars.  Time and again,  with my 8" I get this pale steely blue cast with this globular alone.  Not M13, 92 or 4, just this one.  And here you show it!  Comments? 

 

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Posted 09 October 2016 - 01:15 PM

Gosh! What a sight.  I assume, Peter, that the glob dimmed when you added the UHC making the planetary visible?



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Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:54 AM

@Chris: Er... let's just stick to this one for the moment... :grin: :p

 

@Pete: To me all of the bright globulars have a sort of bluish hue, especially around the stars in the core, which was what I tried to reflect in the second version of my "normal" M15 sketch. Using the UHC filters for Pease 1 the blue colour became more than obvious of course.

 

@Mark: Yes, exactly. That brighter spot stood well out, but bear in mind that Pease 1 is surrounded by 2 or 3 fairly bright stars so I can't say that I saw the nebula clearly. It's too tiny to show any detail...

 

Thanks to you too, Michael, Frank, Marios and Tom! :flowerred:

 

Peter


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Posted 13 October 2016 - 09:19 AM

Great one, this is one of my challegues for this autumn, and you made me wanted to see it just now! So nice sketch and a great sight of such a dim and peculiar objects :)

 

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Posted 14 October 2016 - 04:04 PM

Lovely. So intricate details.
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Posted 16 October 2016 - 11:22 AM

This looks excellent PeterDob!




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