Telescope Epsilon E160 on AP900GTO Designation NGC2403
Focal Length F/3.3 528mm Position RA 7h 36.9m DEC +6536'
Guiding Lodestar thru eFinder Type Spiral Galaxy
Control MaximDL Magnitude 9
CCD Camera FLI ML8300 Size 22' x 12'
Image Scale 2 arcsec Distance 8 million Light years
Filters AstroDon Gen2 LRGB Constellation Camelopardalis
Exposures 9 x 5 min Lum 1x1, 9 x 5 min ea RGB 2x2    
Calibration Flats, Darks    
Software MaximDL, Photoshop CS5    
Date Texas Star Party April 2012    
NGC 2403 is a face-on spiral galaxy in Camelopardalis (The Giraffe). In this galaxy many bright emission nebulae can be seen as bright pink regions in the spiral arms.