Contact information

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Ursa Astronomical Association
Kopernikuksentie 1
00130 Helsinki
taivaanvahti(at)ursa.fi

Ursa Astronomical Association

Kemble 1 - 1.11.2015 at 19.03 Oulu Observation number 45076

Visibility III / V

Jaakko Asikainen, Oulun Arktos

A gusty wind caused a throwing of just over 5 arcseconds for guiding. So I frosted Newton back inside and tuned the wide-area lens tube in its place. In the 2 degree image field, a little sway is not felt anywhere!

More information: http://www.astrobin.com/223821/



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Additional information
  • Observation target
    • Deep space object
  • Designation
    • Kemble 1
    • Keskitaso
  • Constellation
    • Camelopardalis
  • Field of view
  • 1.8 degrees
  • Darkness
    • Average
  • Seeing
    • Average
  • Star clusters and asterisms
    • Asterism info

      An asterism is  a group or a pattern of stars, where the stars are apparently close each other, but in reality there are located far each other

      The star of the asterism are not gravitionally connected, such as in the open and globular cluster.  They only seem to be close each, because they are in the same direction looked from the Earth.

       

      Orionin vyön kolme tähteä muodostavat yhdenlaisen asterismin. Kuva Voitto Pitkänen.

    • Open cluster info

      Open cluster is an irregular group of tens or hundreds of stars. It can be visible as separate stars or a bit fuzzy spot with small instrument.

      There is the open cluster M52 on the right edge of the image. The red emission nebula is the Bubble Nebula. Image Jyrki Grönroos.

       

      The open cluster M45 aka Pleyades. Image Juha Parvio.

       

      The pair of the open clusters NGC 869 and NGC 884 aka the Double Cluster in Perseus. Image Lauri Kangas.

       

      M34 is also an open cluster in Perseus. Image Teppo Laitinen.

       

      The Wild Duck Cluster M11 is an exceptional dense open cluster. Image Jaakko Asikainen.

       

       

      The Ptolemy's Cluster M7 is located in a rich-star area of The Milky Way in Sagittarius. Image Toni Veikkolainen.

Technical information

70 / 420mm APO, NEQ6 Pro, QHY9m, Baader filters. 18x2min L and 5x2min colors.

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