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A reflection nebua, 1300-1400 ly distant in the constellation Cepheus, The Iris nebula shines with the light refected by a young hot star. Taken 9-6-10 from Pulpit Rock. 15 x 5min exp. Atik 16C OSC CCD, WO 90mm Megrez on a GM-8 mount. Nebulosity capture & preprocessed. Guided with PHD. PS CS2+ Caboni Astronomy Actions. Although the sky was clear, the seeing was poor.

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Tuesday, September 07 2010 @ 09:36 am EDT
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