NGC 6822, Barnard's Galaxy

NGC 6822 Barnard’s Galaxy

NGC 6822, Barnard's Galaxy
NGC 6822, Barnard’s Galaxy

Hi ASOD community last month to observe this incredible background irregular galaxy is weak but not enough to be spooky. A striking detail is to visualize the light concentration from north to south, with the odd within this park. All the more weak and irregular with a grainy appearance of faint stars that come and go, some of them more clear and stable outer layer.

I was very pleased with what you see through the eyepiece, not expecting much of this beautiful galaxy.

Best Regards.

Roberto.

Object name: NGC 6822
Object type: Galaxy
Location: Arroba de los montes Ciudad Real ( spain )
Date: 27 June 2014
Hour: 03:20 < 04:00
Media: Graphite pencil, processed and inverted gimp 2.8
Optical equipment: Dobsonian telescope Meade Lightbridge 10'' F/5 Eye piece Ethos 13mm
Magnification 97x True field 1°
Sky conditions: Calm wind, transparency 4/5 Seeing 3/5. Temperature 11,1°C / RH 62% SQM 21,56

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2 thoughts on “NGC 6822 Barnard’s Galaxy”

  1. Roberto,

    Very much enjoyed your fine sketch of this galaxy and star field. The graininess of the galaxy in your details matches well with your description. Great work.

    Aloha,

    Cindy (Thia)

  2. Cindy, Thanks for your comments. Someday I’ll have to visit paradise where you are.

    Regard.
    Roberto.

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