IC1795, often referred to as "The Northern Bear", is a compact emission nebula that measure 27'x 13', and is the NW appendix of IC1805, the Heart Nebula in Cassiopeia. The observation of IC1795 has revealed many infrared sources, and one of this, IRS 5, is a protostar which is in a contraction phase.
- Camera : Starlight Xpress SXV-H9 with Astronomik 13nm Ha filter
- Telescope : Takahashi FS-102 at F/6 with focal reducer on a GM2000-FS2
- Guiding : ST4 on a Vixen 80/910mm.
- Exposure : 6x600sec. unbinned
- Processing : MaxIm (align, combine, stretching) - Photoshop (final enhancing)
- Location : Piano di Nivolet (Val d'Aosta) - 2600mt. height
- Date : August 22, 2003
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