- Description: Supernova remnant in Taurus. This is what is left of a star that went supernova in 1054 AD. Chinese
astronomers recorded that this exploding star was bright enough to be seen in the daytime!
- Camera: SBIG ST-8 parallel port version
- Scope: 8" f9 Vixen VISAC flat-field Cassegrain
- Mount: Losmandy G-11
- Filters: SBIG RGB filter wheel CFW-8, Hutech Type II filters.
- Luminance: 60 minutes (3 x 20 min)
- Colour: Red 1 x 20, Green 1 x 20, Blue 1 x 44 Minutes, binned 2x2
- Camera Temperature: -25C
- Location: Wilson Coulee Observatory, Ab.
- Date: February 21, 2004