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NGC-7788 is an open star cluster located in the constellation of Cassiopiea, about 2.5 degrees NW of the star Beta Cassiopieae. NGC-7788 lies in the same field with the star cluster NGC-7790, but is closer to us, being only 7000 light years distant, whereas 7790 is over 10,000 light years distant.
This image, acquired on October 5, 2019 is a 42 minute integration of 6 minute exposures through the Celestron C-11 at f/2, using the HyperStar III imaging system and the ZWO ASI 071MC color CMOS camera, operating at -5 degrees below ambient temperature and binned 1 X 1. Guided, captured and combined using Maxim DL5 Pro. Post processed using PhotoShop CS2, Gradient XTerminator, StarShrink, Carboni's Astro Tools, and NoiseWare.
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