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Barnard  35
14-MAY-2012

Barnard 35

This rarely imaged nebula lies in the constellation Orion the hunter.
It is a fraction of a bigger nebulae complex (Together with the previous image Barnard 30)
Called the "Meissa ring" see here:

http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA14040

Imaged with Boren-Simon 10" F/2.8 POWERNEWT Astrograph.
SBIG ST8300M camera with FW5 filterwheel and BAADER LRGB filters.

L = 85 minutes
RGB = 8 minutes each (BIN 2x2)
Total of 109 minutes.

Imaged from the NEGEV desert in ISRAEL


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Sakib 11-Jun-2012 01:57
Wow spectacular image of a forgotten Orion hidden treasure! The yellow nebula is Ced 59 and surrounds the young star FU Orionis, which is the prototype of a class of YSO's known as FUors. The nebula was formed from an outburst of the star, which is a feature common to most FUors.
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