Star HD189733-M27-07/13/13

Posted by Jaicoa2
on Sunday, July 14, 2013

A Three Panel Mosaic of M27 "The Dumbbell Nebula" far right and the star (tag) HD 189733 with its exoplanet is at far left on July 13th, 05:11ut. The Exoplanet HD 189733b is slightly larger compare to Jupiter and orbits its star HD 189733 that is 63 light years distance from us in the constellation Vulpecula. On the recent data on HD189733b its surface temperature is over 1000 C / 1800 F degrees with winds of over 7,000km/hr / 4,350 mph its atmosphere is of a deep blue color and is produced by silicate droplets, which scatter blue light. (Equip: LX200ACF 12 in. OTA, F6.8, CGE mount, ST402me Ccd, Astronomik Ha,LRGB filter set.)

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