Jones-Emberson 1 Published in Astronomy Now Magazine April 2019
Jones-Emberson 1 is a very faint (14th magnitude) planetary nebula in the constellation Lynx. It is 1,600 light years from Earth.
TARGET Nomenclature: Jones-Emberson 1, JnEr 1, PK 164+31.1, VV 47, PN G164.8+31.1, Headphone Nebula Right Ascension: 07:57:51 Declination: +53:25:16 Size: 6.6 arc min Discovery:Rebecca Jones and R. Emberson in 1939
EQUIPMENT USED APM TMB LZOS 152 refractor 10Micron GM2000 HPS mount QSI6120 CCD camera Astrodon filters
IMAGE CAPTURE 5nm Ha: 33x1800 bin 1x1 3nm OIII: 20x1800 bin 1x1 Luminance: 17x600 bin 1x1 Red: 9x600 bin 1x1 Green: 10x600 bin 1x1 Blue: 10x600 bin 1x1 Total integration: 34.2 hours Pixel scale: 0.534 arcsec/pixel Field radius: 0.367 degrees Capture dates: 5 December 2017 - 12 January 2018 Capture location: Alcalali, Spain