NGC1333 is the currently most active region of star formation in the Perseus molecular cloud. It was first discovered by Eduard Schonfeld in 1855 and is a bright reflection nebula in the western portion of the Perseus molecular cloud. The star BD +30◦549 illuminates NGC 1333 and was found to be a B8 spectral type. It is approximately 1000 light years away and is about 15 light years in diameter.
M: Avalon Linear Fast Reverse
T: Orion Optics ODK10
C: QSI683 with Baader LRGB filters
Red, Green and Blue 30x600s for each filter
Totalling 25 hours of exposure.