NGC 4889 COMA BERENICE

Coma    Berenices    is    an    ancient    asterism    in    the northern   sky   which   has   been   defined   as   one   of the   88   modern   constellations.      It   is   located   in   the fourth     galactic     quadrant,     between     Leo     and Bootes, and is visible in both hemispheres. At   the   core   of   the   galaxy   is   a   supermassive   black hole   that   heats   the   intracluster   medium   through the    action    of    friction    from    infalling    gases    and dust.     The     X-ray     emission     from     the     galaxy extends   out   to   several   million   light   years   of   the cluster.
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NGC 4889 COMA BERENICE

Place:        Ager-Lleida-Spain SQM:         21.5 Dates:       March & April Details Telescope:  GSO RC14 Truss Mount:        ASA DDM85 Camera:      Moravian G2-8300 Focuser:      Seletek Armadillo 2 Flattener:    CCDT67 0.67x Exposure:    L: 52x300 sec bin2                       RGB: 42x300 sec bin2 Processing:  Pixinsight & Photoshop CC Software:     MaximDL, Sequence,Autoslew Control Remote:  Talon6

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