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Sharpless 2 -73 (Hercules)
LBN 258, GM 2-41, HH 1037,1038,1039,1040 (Cygnus)
Dobashi 2365, 2367,2371,2372.GGD 31 ,M29 ,DWB 57,DWB 67 (Cygnus)
LDN 1152 (The Architeuthis or Giant Squid in Draco-Cepheus)
NGC 7771,7770,7769 (Pegasus)
  Stock 23  (Pazmino´s Cluster), SH2-202  (Camelopardis-Cassiopeia).jpg - Stock 23 (Pazmino´s cluster). SH2-202 (Camelopardis-Cassiopeia) * September 2017 *ASA N12 astrograph (f/3,6, 1075mm) * ASA DDM85 mount * CCD G3-16200 EC Moravian * LRGB Baader filters * L: 380 min R: 230min G:220 min B: 250min * All subframes unguided acquired with Sequence & Autolsew *Image suggested by Mr. Sakib Rasool * In the March 1978 issue of Sky & Telescope magazine, in the article Deep-Sky Wonders, Walter Scott Houston referred to the "discovery" of this cluster that did not appear in any catalog or star chart of the time by an amateur astronomer, John Pazmino.Stock had referred to this cluster years earlier, going as Stock 23 in 1966, but due to the whims of fate had been forgotten until Pazmino "rediscovered" it, becoming since 1978 the objective of observation of many amateur astronomers.Stock 23 (Pazmiño's Cluster) is a cluster in the constellation Camelopardis. The cluster and dark nebulae are embedded in the extensive nebula Sh2-202.  Photometric studies suggest that stock 23 is simply a random formation and not a traditional open cluster with related stars.Stock 23 is a fairly sparse and depopulated open cluster, whose nature as a real object in itself is questioned; its distance has been estimated in some studies to be around 380 parsecs (1240 light years), it has several blue stars visible in its vicinity. It should be noted, however, that in a study focusing on this association, among the stars considered to belong to it, is Camelopardalis OB1 HD 20134, a B2.5V spectral class Be star that is the brightest of Stock 23; the distance taken into consideration is 800 parsecs (about 2,600 light years), estimated for this group.The photometric studies carried out on the stars of this object, however, want to make believe that it can be more of an asterism, whose components would be therefore not physically connected to each other, but that they would be at different distances.  It should be noted that at the distance of 800 parsecs extends the region H II Sh2-202, which gives that reddish appearance to the environment...  
 
 
 
 
 

Stock 23 (Pazmino´s cluster). SH2-202 (Camelopardis-Cassiopeia) * September 2017 * ASA N12 astrograph (f/3,6, 1075mm) * ASA DDM85 mount * CCD G3-16200 EC Moravian * LRGB Baader filters * L: 380 min R: 230min G:220 min B: 250min * All subframes unguided acquired with Sequence & Autolsew * Image suggested by Mr. Sakib Rasool * In the March 1978 issue of Sky & Telescope magazine, in the article Deep-Sky Wonders, Walter Scott Houston referred to the "discovery" of this cluster that did not appear in any catalog or star chart of the time by an amateur astronomer, John Pazmino. Stock had referred to this cluster years earlier, going as Stock 23 in 1966, but due to the whims of fate had been forgotten until Pazmino "rediscovered" it, becoming since 1978 the objective of observation of many amateur astronomers. Stock 23 (Pazmiño's Cluster) is a cluster in the constellation Camelopardis. The cluster and dark nebulae are embedded in the extensive nebula Sh2-202. Photometric studies suggest that stock 23 is simply a random formation and not a traditional open cluster with related stars. Stock 23 is a fairly sparse and depopulated open cluster, whose nature as a real object in itself is questioned; its distance has been estimated in some studies to be around 380 parsecs (1240 light years), it has several blue stars visible in its vicinity. It should be noted, however, that in a study focusing on this association, among the stars considered to belong to it, is Camelopardalis OB1 HD 20134, a B2.5V spectral class Be star that is the brightest of Stock 23; the distance taken into consideration is 800 parsecs (about 2,600 light years), estimated for this group. The photometric studies carried out on the stars of this object, however, want to make believe that it can be more of an asterism, whose components would be therefore not physically connected to each other, but that they would be at different distances. It should be noted that at the distance of 800 parsecs extends the region H II Sh2-202, which gives that reddish appearance to the environment... Download Imagen original
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