NGC 7789

20210610 NGC7789

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NGC 7789, also known as Caroline's Rose, is an open cluster in the constellation Cassiopeia.

North is up.

Constellation that it's located in: Cassiopeia

Imaging Site: Little Blair Valley, Ca.

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Date: 10 June 2021.

Scope and f/: Takahashi FSQ-106N at f/5.

Mount: Software Bisque Paramount MX+

Guiding: None

Camera: Canon 1D-x, ISO 800.

Camera temperature: N/A

Camera binning: N/A

Number of sub-images and exposure: 25 at 30 seconds exposure each.

Filters: None.

Image Calibration: Darks, Flats, and Bias.

Planning, control, capture and processing with: TheSky-X, PixInsight, and Photoshop.

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