The Double Cluster in Perseus

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NGC869 & NGC884-the Double Cluster in the Constellation Perseus. (although technically in Perseus, it is so near Cassiopeia that I associate it more with that prominent constellation) This magnificent pair of open star clusters is approximately 7000 light years from earth

 Optics:Stellarvue SVR102T w/ field flattener 
Camera:astro-modified Canon T5i 
Exposure info:26 x 180 sec, iso800 
Filters used:none