Bach Zoltán

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In the sky

Coordinates: RA: 5h 22m, D: +33° 29'

Technical data


200/1000, Newton, Carbon astrograph,ASA 0.73 Reducer, EffectiveFocus 730mm F / 3.6


Atik One6, Canon 600D


SkyWatcher EQ6 GoTo


Lacerta Mgen


Ha:65x600 sec, OIII:33x600 sec, SII:46x600 sec, 40x300 sec RGB Canon 600D, full: 27 hour

Location, date:

2018.11-12 hó Vecsés


Maxim DL, Registar, Photoshop CS6


NGC 410 is a dusty mist that is found in the Szekeres constellation. It's about 12,000 light years from Earth. The fog surrounds the young star group NGC 1893 in the middle. The open set is thought to give energy to the materials around it, ionize it and force it to a strong outflow with strong winds and radiation. On the right side of the picture, there are two prominent forms of thickening of dust and gases that resemble the columns of creation. The column-shaped shapes that have been formed have been charged with many names, but they are sure to remain in shape until today and the strong winds of the stars move away from the center away from the center. Of course, there is a high probability that dense nodes will be created, from which new stars will be born continuously.