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The Orion constellation is easily recognizable by the bright red Betelgeuse 'shoulder', three stars to form the 'belt' and a sword tipped with a nebula visible to the naked eye.

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Telescope:   Sony ILCE-6300
Length:   55mm
Aperture:   12mm
F-stop:   f/4.7
Sessions:   1
Captured:   2021-09-24 to 2021-09-24
Lights:   96
Exposure:   3
Total exposure:   4 m
Ra:   5h 40m 46.3s
Dec:   +0° 40' 36.425
Size:   722.584 x 817.279 arcmin
Radius:   9.091 deg
Scale:   9.762 arcsec/pixel