Tania Australis and NGC3184 in Ursa Major

Managed a full half-hour of imaging using 3-minute subs and all three cameras on the mini-WASP array last night.  Nice bright red star Tania Australis and nearby spiral galaxy NGC3184 in Ursa Major were the objects of attention.  Need a lot more time and some longer subs on this interesting area, lots of background faint fuzzies to be had as well.  Tania Borealis lies in the frame above this one and I’d like to get that as well to create a nice two-framer of this region.  But with the weather we’ve had here over the last 4-months I’m not holding my breath.


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