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Abell 39 in Hercules



A very faint and very small planetary nebula in the constellation Hercules.

We can clearly see the gaseous shell of the planetary nebula.

 Imaged over 2 nights using a 2350mm Schmitt Cassegrain telescope at f/10.

 Blue: 18x300" bin 2x2

Green: 13x300" bin 2x2

Red: 11x300" bin 2x2

UV/IR Lum: 12x300" bin 2x2


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