Location of photoPalomar Mountain, CA.
Date/Time of photo07-01/02-2016
EquipmentLRGB 135,90,90,90 L-27x5min, RGB-9x10 ea.(bin 1x1) Telescope Engineering Company APO180FL @ f/7.36 using an Astro-Physics 160FF, F/L 1325mm Astro-Physics 1200 GTOCP3 Camera FLI-MLx694 @-25c / FLI CFW2-7 / FLI-Atlas focuser / Guided by SBIG ST-I / w OAG. Astrodon Gen2 LRGB
DescriptionImage Field of view is 26 x 32.4 arcmin. Also in the field is NGC7325/26/27/33/35/36/37/38/40, plus many PGC galaxies. NGC 7331 (also known as Caldwell 30) is a spiral galaxy about 40 million light-years away in the constellation Pegasus. It was discovered by William Herschel in 1784. NGC 7331 is the brightest member of the NGC 7331 Group of galaxies.
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