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Van den Bergh 158 Nebula

VdB 158 is a Reflection nebula in the constellation of Andromeda and correspond to the brightest bluish area of the diffuse galactic nebula catalogued as GAL110-13. The cloud is illuminated by two blue-white dwarf of spectral class B9V and a third star of spectral class B8V, the main cause of the light received from the cloud. These three stars show a common proper motion, indicating that this is a group of stars physically related to each other and have a common origin. Furthermore, their distance of about 400 parsecs (1435 light years), placing them in the same region of Lacerta OB1.

Location / Exposure Date

Mt Parnon 18-19 August 2012

Telescope

TS APO 65Q - 65mm f/6,5 Quadruplet Astrograph

Mount

IOpron IEQ45 EQ Mount

Camera

QHY9 KAF 8300 mono CCD, Temp -25 C

Guideδ

TS Finder 8x50,QHY5, PHD Guide

Filters / Exposures

L 25x900 sec bin 1x, RGB 8x600sec bin 2x

Total Exposure Time

10,5 Hours

Software

Nebulosity 3, Deep Sky Stacker, Pixinshight, Photoshop CS5.

 

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