NGC 1333 is a reflection nebula located in the constellation Perseus. It belongs to the Perseus molecular cloud and harbors a lot of young stars that are less than 1 million years old. The density of gas and dust in this region is great enough to cause many different reflection and emission effects.
|Optics:||12" ASA Astrograph at F/3.6|
|Mount:||ASA DDM 85|
|Filters:||Astronomik LRGB filters|
|Dates/Times:||30 August, 1 September 2011|
|Exposure Details:||L = 120 min, R = 110 min., G = 100 min.,B = 120 min.;|
|Processing:||PixInsight, Photoshop CS|