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Central Auriga

The Flaming Star Nebula (IC 405) is on the right. The bright star in the magenta section of IC 405 is AE Auriga. IC 410 is the nebula at lower center. The magenta nebula at left is IC 417. The small red nebula at left is NGC 1931 . The clusters at left top are M38 and NGC 1907.
Object: Central Auriga
Exposure: 120 minutes @ f/6.7 w/IDAS LPS Filter
Telescope: Astro-Physics 130 EDF
Mount: Astro-Physics 600E QMD, tripod
Guiding: ST-4 @ 700 mm
Camera: Pentax 67
Film: Kodak PPF 400
Location: Groton, NH
Date: 16-Dec-01 00:11 EST
Conditions: transparency 4/10, seeing 4/10, LVM 5.5, temp 20F, humidity 80%
Processing: UMAX Powerlook 3000, Adobe Photoshop 6.0.1
2001 Matt BenDaniel

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