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3towers Observatory Images of Selected NGC Objects: 2024 - 2914

 

All images are oriented with the North at the top and the West to the right.

 

Object Other Name(s); Comments 3towers Images Comments
NGC2024 Flame Nebula ngc2023.jpg (28120 bytes) C-11 HyperStar combination with Starlight Xpress SXVR-H9C camera
NGC2149 NGC2149 is the bright nebula in the center of the image.  
NGC2158   ngc2158Color.jpg (65048 bytes) This beautiful cluster lies southwest of M35, and in low power wide field views, it appears as if it is a small satellite to M35. It is probably an unrelated background object. This image consists of 30-second red, 30-second green (V), and 40-second blue exposures combined to make a final color image.
NGC2192   ngc2192.jpg (37813 bytes) This image is a composite of four 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2204   ngc2204.jpg (34293 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2207/IC2163 These are interacting galaxies. NGC2207 is the larger galaxy on the right, and IC2163 is the smaller one on the left. ngc2207.jpg (33891 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2217   ngc2217.jpg (37898 bytes) This image is a composite of fifteen 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2223   ngc2223.jpg (37827 bytes) This image is a composite of twenty 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2237; 2239; 2244; 2246; 2252; Caldwell49-50 Rosette Nebula. This is a large bright emission nebula intermixed with a star cluster. NGC2244 represents the cluster in the center of the nebular complex. Rosette Nebula  
NGC2243   ngc2243.jpg (48675 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2261 Hubble's Variable Nebula ngc2261.jpg (50991 bytes) This image consists of three 60-second red, three 60-second green (V), and five 60-second blue (B) exposures combined into a final color image.
NGC2263   ngc2263.jpg (31218 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2280   ngc2280.jpg (62319 bytes) This image is a composite of fifteen 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2283   ngc2283.jpg (52171 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2292/2293-2295 From left to right the galaxies are NGC2292, NGC2293, and NGC2295. ngc2292.jpg (64114 bytes) This image is a composite of twenty-five 60-second exposures added together. It was taken with the object very low in the Southwest with an altitude of 10-12 degrees.
NGC2325   ngc2325.jpg (24307 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.
NGC2345   ngc2345.jpg (30612 bytes) This image is a composite of ten 60sec exposures added together.
NGC2359 Thors Hammer ngc2359.jpg (81888 bytes)  
NGC2359 Thors Hammer Thors Hammer  
NGC2360 Herschel12 ngc2360.jpg (31326 bytes)

The black & white image is a composite of ten 60-second exposures added together.

 

The color image is a composite of a 60-second exposure through a clear filter added to 60-second exposures through red, green (V), and blue filters.

NGC2362 Tau CMa Cluster NGC2362 This color image is a composite of a 60-second exposure through a clear filter added to 60-second exposures through red, green (V), and blue filters.
NGC2362 Tau CMa Cluster NGC2362  
NGC2419   NGC2419 This small globular cluster is apparently a "wanderer" going by our galaxy; it is not intrinsic to the Milky Way. This image is a composite of seven 60-second exposures through a clear filter added to 60-second exposures through red, green (V), and blue filters.
NGC2451   NGc2451  
NGC2477   NGC2477  
NGC2506   This color image is a composite of a 60-second exposure through a clear filter added to 60-second exposures through red, green (V), and blue filters.
NGC2903   ngc2903.jpg (24262 bytes)
KX260 Image


ngc2903.jpg (12008 bytes)
AP7 B&W Image


ngc2903color.jpg (25771 bytes)
AP7 color image

The KX260 image is a composite of twenty 60-second exposures added together.

 

 

 

The AP7 image is a composite of five 60-second exposures.

 

 

The AP7 color image consists of 60-second exposures in red and green (V) and a 90-second exposure in blue.

NGC2903   NGC2903  
NGC2911/2914 Arp232 Arp232.jpg (25744 bytes) This image is a composite of twenty 60-second exposures added together. NGC2911/2912 consist of the galaxy structure in the middle of the image. NGC2914 is the small spiral galaxy down and slightly to the left of center. The tiny galaxy at the bottom of the image is UGC5093.