Constellation: Pegasus
Right Ascension: 22h 32m 36.4s
Declination: +11° 43′ 51s″
Distance: 1.037 redshift
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Blazar CTA 102 is another blazar that has flared up recently. Discovered in the 1960s by radio telescope surveys.The unidentified radio source was originally speculated to be aliens, but was later identified as a type of quasar.

The blazar which has been in an active state since 2015 has greatly increased in brightness at the end of November. The blazar is located in the constellation of Pegasus.

Imaged with the 80mm refractor and monochrome ccd camera using R/G/B filters.

Telescope: EDT 80mm Reftactor
Camera: Atik 314l+