NGC 7814 | Tim Lockhart

Photographer
Tim Lockhart
Email
tmlockhart65@yahoo.com
Location of photo
Bowling Green KY
Date/Time of photo
The evening and early morning of August 21st and 22nd, 2012.
Equipment
CAMERA: Canon XSI, 450D modified TELESCOPE: Celestron C9.25" SCT @ F/10 MOUNT: Celestron CGE Pro. ISO SETTING: 800 EXPOSURES: 25 EXPOSURE LENGTH: 400sec. TOTAL EXPOSURE LENGTH: 2hrs 51min 40sec. SUBTRACTIONS: 17 dark frames and 10 bias frames. CAPTURE: MaximDL STACKING/PRE-PROCESSING: Deep Sky Stacker PROCESSING: Photoshop CS3
Description
NGC 7814, sometimes referred to as "The Little Sombrero," is an edge-on spiral galaxy located approximately 40million light-years away in the constellation Pegasus.
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