The Coronary heart Nebula (IC 1805)

February 27, 2019 - Comment

Photographer Geolander E-mail gwatergeo@gmail.com Location of photograph Elkhart, IL Date/Time of photograph 12/12/2018 Tools Stellarvue SV80A with a Canon T3i (LPF2 mod) and Celestron AVX. Description The Coronary heart Nebula, proven within the photograph, is a big cloud of ionized hydrogen gasoline that’s illuminated by the new stars embedded in it and the form of


Photographer

Geolander

E-mail

gwatergeo@gmail.com

Location of photograph

Elkhart, IL

Date/Time of photograph

12/12/2018

Tools

Stellarvue SV80A with a Canon T3i (LPF2 mod) and Celestron AVX.

Description

The Coronary heart Nebula, proven within the photograph, is a big cloud of ionized hydrogen gasoline that’s illuminated by the new stars embedded in it and the form of the nebula is the results of intense radiation and stellar winds from a small cluster of stars close to the nebula’s core. This characteristic lies ~7,500 gentle years away within the Perseus arm of our Galaxy and is positioned within the night time sky close to Cassiopeia. With an approximate width of 200 gentle years, this emission nebula is large and spans about 2.5 levels on the sky.

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CATEGORIES
Astronomy Photos: Sky & Telescope’s On-line Gallery, Nebula & Galaxy Photos

Joshua Rhoades

About Geolander

I am an expert geologist and newbie astrophotographer residing within the Midwestern United States. My major curiosity in astrophotography is emission nebulae and lunar images.



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