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20 March 2021 at 11:36 am #583972
On Tuesday 16th March I was imaging Caroline’s Rose in Cassiopeia with a 50mm lens, so I had a wide enough field of view that the area around Nova Cas was in shot. In my stacked image I can just see a tiny star in the right place according to the finder chart circulated by the SPA, just above HIP 115566. It would have been much fainter back on 16th, I really hope to get another shot to compare it in the next few days. The attached photo was taken with a Canon 1100D with 50mm fixed lens. It’s a stack of 280 x 8 seconds. I’ve included an inverted version as well.