NGC 416

Telescope: Hubble Space Telescope, 2.4m Reflector, 57.6m FL
Camera: Advanced Camera for Surveys, Spectral range 350–1100 nm, about 3' x 3' field of view, two adjacent 2048 x 4096 pixels
Exposure: 1916 seconds red, 2024 seconds green, 400 seconds blue
Image Center (J2000): RA 01h 07m, DEC -72° 20'

One of the brightest Globular Clusters in the SMC, about mag 12.0. Images from two different Hubble cameras scaled, transformed and aligned with Registar. Data acquired as part of two different research proposals. The Blue layer was acquired in 1994, the Red and Green layers in 2006. Processed with Photoshop and StarTools.


Hubble Archive files:

Red: hst_10396_21_acs_wfc_f814w_sci.fits
Green: hst_10396_21_acs_wfc_f555w_sci.fits
Blue: hst_05475_05_wfpc2_f450w_wf_sci.fits
NGC 416, One of the brightest Globular Clusters in the SMC, about mag 12.0. Images from two different Hubble cameras scaled, transformed and aligned with Registar. Data acquired as part of two different research proposals. The Blue layer was acquired in 1994, the Red and Green layers in 2006. Processed with Photoshop and StarTools.