Herschel 399 (North Up, East Left)
The Astoleague website notes that there is an object on the list on the website that is different from an object that appears on the list in the manual and that eEither object may be used to achieve the Herschel 400 certification. “If you are working from the manual, then there is an object NGC 1750 on the list, whereas if you are working from the list on the website, then there is an object NGC 7814 on the list.” This image is of NGC NGC 1750, an open cluster in the constellation of Taurus that lies at a distance of ~2,000 light-years.  For NGC 7814 refer to Caldwell 43. This image comprises 10 x Luminance (20 seconds each) and 5 x Red, Green and Blue (20, 20 and 16 seconds each), 0.5m f/2.9 ASA Astrograph with FLI ML3200 camera at an altitude of 80 degrees on 14 December 2015. The field of view of the image is 30’ x 20’.
Hills Observatory: 1 January 2013 to 6 May 2018
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