ObjetFiltresBinTemps PoseNombres PosesTemps Total
NomBarnard 33Luminance1 x 1
ConstellationOrionRouge G75 O151 x 1150”733.2 H
Distance1500 AlVert G75 O151 x 1120”923.4 H
Détail prise de vueBleu G75 O151 x 1120 ”943.6 H
LieuAmeiria Portugal
S2 G200 O601 x 1
Date acquisition30/12/20 au 15/03/21Hα G200 O601 x 1180”20110.3 H
SetupO3 G200 O601 X 1
InstrumentTakahashi FSQ 106 EDTotaux45919H15
Diamètre106 mmBias1 X 199
Focale530 mmDark1 X 151
Rapport F/D5Flat1 X 111
MontureSkywatcher AZ EQ6 Pierro AstroAcquisition faite parTeam ARO
Caméra acquisitionASI 1600 MM CooledTraitement fait parTeam ARO
Caméra de guidageStarlight-X Press Lodestar X2Logiciels utilisés
Montage de guidageDO Starlight X pressAcquisitionTheSkyX , Focusmax, Maxpilote
Echantillonage1,48 arc/sTraitementPixinsight, Photoshop


This image of NGC 2024 is a crop of our Barnard 33 image.

The image is so rich in detail and a bit surreal that we couldn’t resist this crop. The image still has enough richness, however.


The Flame Nebula extends over about 12 light years. Alnitak (Zeta Orionis), the easternmost bright star in Orion’s belt, energises the nebula. The intense ultraviolet radiation from this blue supergiant ionises the hydrogen atoms in the nebula. The ions thus created emit a red glow when they capture a free electron.

Gas and especially dust in front of NGC 2024 absorb the light from the nebula and form the dark ribbon seen in the visible light images.

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DÉCLINAISON:-02°27′ 30s