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A jewel at the end of the Cascade

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About this observation
Observer
Nick Hewitt
Time of observation
20/04/2020 - 22:58
Object
NGC 1502 in Camelopardalis
Observing location
Northampton
Equipment
Celestron 9.25 Edge at f10
EQ8
Canon 60Da
Exposure
10 x 45s ISO1600

Other than the two comets (2017 T2 and the disintegrating 2019 Y4), Camelopardalis (the Giraffe) seems a huge void with little of interest. There are a few good deep sky objects there of course, one being this lovely open cluster that lies at the end of a pretty asterism, Kemble's Cascade. 

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