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NGC 4438 - 31.3.2021 at 22.00 - 1.4.2021 at 02.00 Ulvila Observation number 97294

Visibility III / V

Jarkko Suominen, Porin Karhunvartijat

I got a modified Canon Eos 700D from a friend and appropriately then came a clear weather the very next week.

I had to photograph the Markarian chain for a long time (with observatory equipment while this project is in progress). Therefore, this became the object of first light for the wicked.

There were street lights right next door at the scene, and even cloud ferries passed over during the shooting. Eventually the Moon rose into the sky and I decided to continue describing the object next time more (which I hope will be as soon as possible).



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Additional information
  • Observation target
    • Deep space object
  • Designation
    • NGC 4438
    • Keskitaso
  • Galaxies
    • Galaxy cluster info

      In a galaxy cluster there are tens or hundreds of galaxies. Typically a moderate big instrument is needed to see galaxy clusters.

       

      The galaxy cluster Hickson 44 in Leo in composed of four galaxies. Image Timo Inkinen.

Technical information

Canon Eos 700D (modified), 2h, ISO 800, Flat, TS-Optics Ed APO f7, 0.8 Reducer / flattener

Comments: 3 pcs
Vesa Vauhkonen - 2.4.2021 at 00.32 Report this

Hyvä kuva! Onko putki 80 vai 102 mm ? Miten pitkät valotukset?

Jarkko Suominen - 2.4.2021 at 08.11 Report this

Kiitokset. Putkena on 80mm versio. Yksittäiset valotukset ovat 3min. Tässä on nyt luvattu kirkasta pääsiäiseksi, niin pitänee valotella vielä lisääkin.

Tomi Kurri - 2.4.2021 at 16.30 Report this

Hienosti onnistunut kuva, Jarkko! 

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