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Kemble's Cascade

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Kembles's Cascade is an asterism of unrelated stars that form some type of pattern. Kemble's cascade forms a line of brighter stars starting near the open cluster of NGC 1502 (upper right) that flows down towards the lower left of the image. It was named after a Franciscan friar named Father Lucian Kemble.

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  • Constellation: Camelopardalis
  • Telescope: Orion ED80cft Refractor
  • Camera: ZWO ASI071 OSC cmos
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