Target: Kemble's Cascade
Camera: Canon EOS 300D/85 mm EF lens
Method: piggy back
Guiding: Vixen 102M,Skysensor 2000 PC
Settings: 20x2min, ISO 400
Kemble's Cascade, located in the constellation Camelopardalis, is an asterism - a pattern created by unrelated stars. It is an apparent straight line of more than 20 colorful fifth to 10th magnitude stars over a distance of approximately five moon diameters, and the open cluster NGC 1502 can be found at one end. It was named by Father Lucian J. Kemble (1922 - 1999), a Canadian amateur astronomer. Kemble's Cascade is a good target for binocular observing.