Barnard 150


Barnard 150 definitiva picc

Explanation: Molecular hydrogen, primordial matter, blood boiling and bright in the heart of the stars, but here cold and inert visible only able to capture the faint light of millions of stars behind them. Filamentous form of this object is the 150th catalog of dark nebulae compiled by the American Edward E.Barnard in 1919.

OTA: Celestron C11 HD , Hyperstar mode
Tot. Exp: L 552 min. unb. (Baader ir/uv cut flt.);
RGB: 185 min. ( Canon EOS 350D )
CCD : Starlight Xpress H694 (cooled -5° C)
Mount: Avalon M-Uno Fast Reverse

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