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|Description:||This emission nebula is known as 'The Pacman Nebula'. It is a large ionized hydrogen cloud that is made visible by the radiation from the young, hot stars within it. This open cluster is designated IC 1590. The central star in this cluster is responsible for most of the ionizing radiation.|
|Distance:||10,000 light years|
|Date:||6 and 7 september 2005|
|Equipment:||FSQ 106 @ f/5, ST2000XM, MI-250|
|Exposure:||Ha(HaR)GB, all binned 1x1
Ha (13nm): 3 hours
RGB: 60-60-30 minutes