Milky Way in Cassiopeia


Date & Time: Nov 18 1998, 23:21 JST(+0900), 25min. Exp.
Optical: SMC Takmar f=105mm F2.4, Aperture: F4.0
Auto-guided with TAKAHASHI EM-200 Equatorial
Camera: PENTAX 67
Film: Ektachrome E200 (+1EV pushed)
Location: Ooizumi vil., Yamanashi pref.
Digitized by Kodak PRO PHOTO CD Service




The constellation of Cassiopeia hangs up near the zenith before midnight of autumn. The Milky Way around Cassiopeia looks dimmer than that in summer skies, but it's a treasure house of uncountable nebulae and star clusters. People living in northern moderate latitude can enjoy those celestial objects in fairly good condition because of higher meridian transit.




Cygnus to Perseus

Lacerta to Cepheus


Copyright(c) 1999 by Naoyuki Kurita, All rights reserved.
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