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NGC5529

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About this observation
Observer
Dean Ashton
Time of observation
11/05/2019 - 22:30
Object
NGC5529
Observing location
St Austell, Cornwall UK
Equipment
Celestron 235mm EdgeHD
Celestron CGEM
Nightscape 10100 OSC CCD
Off axis guiding with Loadstar X2 guide camera
Exposure
18x600-seconds at /f10
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NGC5529 is an edge-on galaxy in Bootes.

NGC5529 is around 140-million light years away and appears as only 6-arc-minutes across.

The image was taken on 11th May 2019.  Ambient temperature 10.4C.; humidity 76%; pressure 1011pa.  Seeing was reported at 1.6 arc-seconds by Meteoblue; the moon was at 49% phase.

Off-axis guiding was carried out using magnitude 14.08 GSC 2552.846

18x600s images were captured with the camera TEC set at -10C.  

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