NGC 1333 Revisited

NGC 1333

Here’s NGC 1333 in Perseus from the CalStar overflow party at Lake San Antonio.  The little red knots surrounding the blue reflection nebula (“Herbig–Haro” objects) are star forming regions which have earned the keen interest of astronomers.  You can find some really interesting research published about this object.  This frame captures some of the expansive dust cloud in Perseus which obstructs a significant portion of the foreground stars.  One of my favorite targets.

AP130GT f/6.3
QHY16200 CCD w/OAG and Filter Wheel
Several 12 minute shots in LRGB

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