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Ngc 3344 in Leo Minor

Astrophotography from Ursa Major Observatory @ ROSA

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2014-02-24+25+28 + 2014-03-02
Gahberg observatory, Upper Austria
-Luminance: 10” f/4 Lacerta Newtonian + ASA N10 10” f/3.6 Newtonian -RGB: 8” f/2.9 selfmade Newtonian + 5” f/5 Newtonian
ASA DDM 60pro + Gemini G42+ observatory
Luminance 57x10 min + 93x5 min
29h
galaxy ((R)SAB(r)bc)
7.1’ x 6.5’ (NED)
+9.86 mag (v)
leo minor
about 25 Mio light years, depends on measurement
Camera:
-RGB: 2x Starlight Express SXV-H9, Baader Filters
-Luminance: Sbig ST2000XM + Sbig ST10XME
R/G/B 8x10 min each + 31x5/29x5/33x5 min
Co-opertaion between Günter Kerschhuber and me
new low surface brightness dwarf galaxy discovered by the “TBG-team” in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Igor D. Karachentsev
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