NGC7332-39 - Galaxies in Pegasus
NGC7332-39 - Galaxies in Pegasus
  • Description: NGC7332 (center) and 7339 (left) - Galaxies in Pegasus. First light with AP900 mount, cut short by clouds. Visually a really neat pair of galaxies in a large scope! 7332 is a 12th magnitude galaxy at 4 x 1 arc minutes, 7339 is a bit fainter and smaller at magnitude 13.1, measuring 3 x 0.7 arc minutes. Skies were a bit turbulent during this shoot giving soft images.
  • Camera: SBIG ST-8XE at -15C
  • Filter: SBIG standard clear.
  • Scope: Vixen VC200L 200mm f9 Cassegrain
  • Mount: Astro-Physics 900QMD
  • Exposure: 3 x 20 minutes
  • Location: Wilson Coulee Observatory, Ab.
  • Date: September 30, 2006
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