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M35

Postby The Man with the Corrugated Iron Roof » Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:55 pm

https://www.flickr.com/photos/philippug ... ed-public/

For those who haven't seen it yet, it is in Gemini. I'll be doing a write-up under Phil's Scribblings.
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Re: M35

Postby Aratus » Mon Nov 27, 2017 11:23 pm

M35 is a nice one. It is visible through the smallest of telescopes. I always think of it as a football that the Twins are kicking. It helps me to remember its position, anyway.
I use an 11" reflector (Celestron CPC 1100) and a 3" refractor, (Sky-Watcher ST80) mounted on an equatorial wedge, housed in a 2.2m Pulsar observatory. I use a ZWO ASI 120MM, ZWO ASI1600MC and Canon 1300D for imaging.
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