LRGB 210 112 112 112 min. TeleVue NP 127fli ASA DDM 60 Pro FLI ML 16200
NGC 1333 is a reflection nebula located in the northern constellation Perseus, positioned next to the southern constellation border with Taurus and Aries. It was first discovered by German astronomer Eduard Schönfeld in 1855. The nebula is visible as a hazy patch in a small telescope, while a larger aperture will show a pair of dark nebulae designated Barnard 1 and Barnard 2. NGC 1333 is in the western part of the Perseus molecular cloud and is a young region of very active star formation.