Musca (The Fly)

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Musca Constellation

Musca (Latin for Fly) is one of the minor southern constellations. It contains the soft X-ray transient Nova Muscae
1991 which is a binary star, where one of the stars is a black hole.

Lens : 135mm Vivitar
Exposure Time : 10 Minutes
Film : Kodak Supra 400
Date : February 2001
Guiding : Telescope Piggyback
Location : Kaituna, Masterton, New Zealand