Bright lights in Perseus (NGC 1333)

Posted by talbotj
on Friday, January 31, 2020
The Beautiful star forming region NGC 1333 in Perseus. NGC 1333 is part of the dusty Perseus molecular cloud complex and contains a blue reflection nebula and red Herbig-Haro objects along with bright orange reflection nebula. The image was taken with a Stellarvue SVX152T at 1200mm FL with a QSI 683WSG 8 camera on a Paramount MyT mount from 19 Nov 19 through 4 Jan 20 from my backyard observatory in suburban Bortle 5 Skies. The image is composed of data taken through Astrodon LRGB and 5nm Ha filters. Total exposure time 32.6hrs.
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