Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Exposures: RGB 51/51/51 x 2m = 5hr 6m
Processing: SGP, MaximDL, Gimp
NGC 433 is a small and sparse open cluster found in the constellation Cassiopeia.
is a very small open star cluster. The cluster is 2000 parsecs away from our sun, which is about 6523.128 light years away.
In the above image, the cluster is just the largest of the small stars in the very center and the dozen or so other stars surrounding it.