Two clusters visually close to each other can be located between constellations Perseus and Cassiopeia. The clusters are relatively young (12 million years) and they are 2700 light-years far from Earth.
The picture was captured during my travel to Karpathos where I had only single wind free night.
I know, the composition should be turned by 90°. I just simply forgot to twist the camera.
|Telescope||Newton 150/600 mm|
|Focal length||630 mm|
|Autoguiding||ZWO 174MM, Guidescope 30 mm|
|Camera||ZWO 071 Pro @-5°C|
|Corrector||Explore Scientific HR|
|Filters||Astronomik L-1 - UV IR Block Filter|
|Exposure||28x180s, Gain 94, bin 1x1,|