van den Bergh 8 is a Bright Nebula appearing in the constellation Cassiopeia. It is 1109 light years from our solar system.

van den Bergh 8’s apparent size is approximately 6.0 arcminutes, corresponding to a physical diameter of 6 light years.

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Date and Place 2015-10-16 Sasagamine, Niigata
2015-10-17 Daikura, Fukushima
2015-10-18 Kibougaoka, Fukushima
Scope Takahashi Epsilon180ED + BetaSGR Focuser
Mount Skywatcher EQ8
Camera Atik383L+
Auto guiding Off-axis Superstar + GPUSB
Filter Astrodon Tru-balance Gen.2 LRGB Filter 36[mm] Unmounted
Exposure North Frame
L : 17x 600[s]
R : 6x 300[s], G : 6x 450[s], B : 6x 600[s]
South Frame
L : 27x 600[s]
R : 6x 300[s], G : 6x 450[s], B : 6x 600[s]
Total : 710[min]
Software Astroart5 SP3 with SHS Version 4.0 beta 1
PHD Guiding 2.3.1
Sky Safari Pro 4.0.5
Stella Image 6