Galaxy Cluster   Abell 634

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Object identification (1600x1200 px  290kB)

Object data

Object type: galaxy cluster (40 members)
Size: 96'
Magnitude: brightest member: 14.4 mag
Constellation: Lyn
Distance: 350 MLy

Exposure data

Date: 2007-03-13  +  2007-03-15
Location: Schlierbach / Austria (400m)
Telescope: TeleVue NP101 (4" Apo f=540mm)
Camera: ST2000XM with CFW8 and SBIG Filters
  Binning: L 1x1  /   RGB 2x2
  Exposure time: L 27x12m / R 9x12m / G 9x6m / B 9x6m
Exposure time total: 9h 00m


Two foreground galaxies:

NGC2549 (distance 54 MLy), UGC4314 (distance 52 MLy)

Brightest members of Abell634:

UGC4270, UGC4280A+B, UGC4281, UGC4289

PGC23022, PGC23041, PGC23063, PGC23119,

PGC23150, PGC23159, PGC23189, PGC23267,



Below you find a 200% zoom centered on  UGC4270.



Below you find a 200% zoom centered on UGC4314.

UGC 4314 is a blue post-eruptive galaxy (like Centaurus A or M82).