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Cassiopeia Cepheus border starfield w/ 12.5 inch Newt

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#1 jimegger

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Posted 14 October 2021 - 03:09 PM

Just 1 degree above NGC 7635 is this nice string of stars with a faint nebula. I detected something interesting here while visually scanning so I thought I'd give it a go at imaging. Two of these brighter stars in this image are variable marked as V809 and V812 in the Millennium Star Atlas. Co-ordinates for this shot are at 23hr 20 minutes RA and 62' 25" Dec. There sure is a lot of interesting stuff in this part of the sky some of which doesn't seem to get as much imaging attention as one would think. 

This is from 4 frames of 4 minutes each using a modded Canon 6D at ISO 1600 on an f/5.2 Newtonian.

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