IC405 Flaming Star Nebula - Auriga

NGC381 - Open Cluster in Cassiopeia

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NGC381 in Cassiopeia.
RK 1h 08’ 18” / DEC +61° 35’ 00”
6’ x 6‘ / Phot. m9.3

NGC 381 is an open cluster in the Cassiopeia constellation. It was discovered by Caroline Herschel in 1783. Magnitude of the brightest star is 10p. Hottest spectrum among all cluster members: A2. NGC classification: pS, Ri, cC. Trumpmer classification: III, 2, p

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Optics : TMB 152 @ f/8
Mount : 10micron GM2000
Camera : SBig STL11000
Exposures : total, 2h50 - LRGB : 50:40:40:40 (1x1 bin)
Filters : Lumicon LRGB 2”
Location : Nieuwerkerken (Belgium)
Date : 9,10,21,22/09/2010
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