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Object data NGC 7635
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10micron GM2000 HPS II, unguided
Ha+[NII] 155x10 min / L 32x10 min / RGB 23x10 min per filter
42 h 40 min
data acquired remotely using CCD Commander
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NGC 7635 wide field in Cassiopeia
Emission nebula
Cas
2020-08-31 + 09-02+03+04+05+13+14+15+16+17
7 100 ly
NGC 7635 is located in the HII region Sh2- 162. The bubble is formed by the stellar wind of the star SAO 20575, whose ejected gases hit the surrounding molecular cloud, creating a  shock front.
11 mag (B)
15’ x 8’
“Mizar” Takahashi Epsilon 130ED, f/D = 3.3 G2-8300 Moravian, Baader LRGB filter
Object data Messier 52
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Open star cluster (II 2 r)
Cas
5 000 ly
The age of M 52 is estimated at 60 million years, which makes it a rather young open star cluster. The cluster contains about 600 stars.
7.3 mag (V)
13’