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My favorite signal of winter is the magical faint glow that glimmers in your peripheral vision but fades to a blur when you gaze head on. Magnification reveals several bright blue stars burrowing through long filaments of ionized gas and dust. The brightest of these are the famed Seven Sisters or Pleiades.
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Telescope:   Svbony sv503 70ED
Length:   336mm
Aperture:   70mm
F-stop:   f/4.56
Sessions:   4
Captured:   2022-02-22 to 2022-11-17
Lights:   162
Exposure:   300
Total exposure:   13 h
Ra:   3h 47m 40.1s
Dec:   +24° 03' 43.77
Size:   143.539 x 95.587 arcmin
Radius:   1.437 deg
Scale:   1.581 arcsec/pixel