"The Gabriela Mistral Nebula".
NGC 3324 is a star cluster at the northwest corner of the Carina Nebula. NGC 3324 is also called the Gabriela Mistral nebula which is located at a distance of roughly 7,200 light-years, and lies in the constellation Carina.
Instrument: Bintel 8" Newtonian Astrograph.
Focal Ratio: F/4
Camera: Pentax K-x
Camera Sensitivity: iso 3200
Exposure Details: 30 second Subs x 18 + Master dark and Flat.
Date: 5th March 2011
Viewing Location: The Briars Mt Martha
Software Enchancements: DSS PS CS2
Comments: Taken during the Member's MPAS night
Seeing conditions: 7
Author: Paul Albers
Tue Jul 12 19:35:44 2011
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