"0607" LRGB

The image below is a 50% scale LRGB color version of the "0607" FOV. Instead of LRGB I acually used LVRI (since B is noisy). The purpose in presenting this image is to check for clerical errors: simply go through the list of star colors in the table below the image and check that star in the large color image to see if it's blue, white or red in agreement with the tabulated star color, C (C = V-R - 0.37). For this image only Star#2 is extremely red (in the table). None are very blue. All stars have the color they should, according to my eye.

Contrast and brightness adjusted to show only the brightest star, Star#2, revealing its readness.


Contrast & brightness adjusted to show intermediately bright stars, showing that Star#6 is also red, as it should be.

FOV 16x11 'arc, north up, east left.

Zoom of "0607" (upper-right) and Star#7 (lower-left), showing that Star#7 is a double.


This site opened:  January 17, 2008 Last Update:  2008.01.25