NGC 381 is an open cluster located in Cassiopeia, somewhat difficult to make out due the the large number of stars visible in this area of the sky. Its estimated age is around 300 million years.
Friday, 20 December 2019 12:48
- Constellation: Cassiopeia
- Right Ascension: 01h 08m 19.9s
- Declination: +61° 35′ 02″
- Distance (Lightyears): 3,000
- Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
- Camera: ZWO 1600MM Mono cmos