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M45 Pleiades

The Pleiades, probably the most recognisable cluster in the northern skies. This image show some of the blue nebulosity of M45 with some stars down to magnitude 10+.

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Filename:CS_M45_20041025.jpg
Album name:CSuddell / Constellations and Star Fields
Rating (3 votes):11111
Link-words:Messier / Star
Image date, time and location:25th October 2004 approx 11:30pm
Telescope aperture and focal ratio:This image was taken using a Canon EOS500n SLR with Fuji Negative film through a Skywatcher Skytravel 80 (400mm focal length, 80mm primary lens) piggy backed on a Meade LX90 using an equatorial wedge. This image is a single 2 minute exposure with no guid
Filesize:153 KiB
Date added:Nov 02, 2004
Dimensions:400 x 644 pixels
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