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Heart Nebula Supernova 2 pane mosaic

5 months 2 weeks ago - 5 months 2 weeks ago #107115 by richardsweeney
I was looking for something unusual to image and i came across this hiding in plain sight and thought it was worth a look. You can just make out the shock front center right of the image.

William Optics Star 71, Asi 1600

17.3 hrs total, some in 300 second subs with 300 gain, some with 60 seconds and 455 gain, some with 60 seconds and gain 399. I just lobbed all the subs in to APP and the result looked decent so i went with it. The shock front wasn't visible in the individual subs.

G132.7+1.3

HB3

Size (/arcmin): 80

Type: S

Flux density at 1 GHz (/Jy): 45

Spectral Index: 0.6

Notes: Has been called G132.4+2.2.

Radio: Faint shell, adjacent to W3/4/5 complex.

Optical: Complete, filamentary shell, shock excited spectra.

X-ray: Partial shell.

Point sources: Pulsar nearby.

Distance: Interaction with surroundings gives 2 kpc.

Hope you like it

Richard.

Supernova Remnant Heart Nebula 132.7+1.3 by Richard Sweeney , on Flickr
The following user(s) said Thank You: michael_murphy, Kinch, mykc

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5 months 2 weeks ago #107116 by Kinch
Great result Richard.

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5 months 2 weeks ago #107123 by richardsweeney

Kinch wrote: Great result Richard.


Thanks Brendan.

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