Kappa Cassiopeia with NGC 146 and NGC 133

Whilst working on the mini-WASP array last night I took a quick image of a reasonably bright star with the one good scope and camera.  The central star is Kappa Cassiopeia and the two open clusters above it are NGC 146 (on the left) and NGC 133 (on the right).  This is just 4 x 15-minute subs.

 

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