HD 162826 is a star located about 110 light-years from Earth. It has an aparent magnitude of 6.46 and can be seen with binoculars or a low-power telescope. It is 15% more massive than the Sun and is believed to almost certainly be a 'sibling' of our Sun, meaning it formed in the same star forming region at around the same time.
Data captured on 25th & 26th May, 2016.
32x 2 minute exposures at ISO400.
Skywatcher Quattro 200 CF
Canon 40d (IR Filter removed)
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