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NGC225 and VdB4

An LRGB image is of the open cluster (NGC225) and a reflection/dark nebula complex known as VdB4, both are located in Cassiopeia.  I struggled with processing this image since it was contaminated by scattered light from an out of field of view star. However, after a somewhat extreme application of DBE and a bit of PS clean up, the result is below. This represents just over 10 hours integration time and was taken with my Esprit 150.


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I'm glad I came back to your Deep SkyIII album, as your work is so interesting, this being another primo example!

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5 hours ago, Seanelly said:

I'm glad I came back to your Deep SkyIII album, as your work is so interesting, this being another primo example!

Thanks - I'm glad your enjoying the album so much. 

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