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  1. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    Object name: The Tarantula Nebula - Pseudo RGB Constellation: Dorado Object ID: NGC2070 Exposure Date: 28 October - 10 November 2019 Distance: 160,000 LY Exposures: HII: 10x300s, 11x600s, 6x900s, 5x990s, 7x1200s, 5x1620s OIII: 5x300s, 10x450s, 4x600s, 11x810s, 4x900s, 5x1200s, 11x1500s SII: 2x450s, 22x900s, 18x1800s @ ISO1600 (36h56m) Telescope: Celestron C8 Focal length: 2032mm Camera: Full Spectrum Modded & Cooled Canon 40D Guiding: Celestron Off Axis Guider/PHD2 Guiding Mount: CGEM

    © Mariusz Goralski

  2. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    Object name: The Tarantula Nebula - Pseudo RGB Constellation: Dorado Object ID: NGC2070 Exposure Date: 28 October - 10 November 2019 Distance: 160,000 LY Exposures: HII: 10x300s, 11x600s, 6x900s, 5x990s, 7x1200s, 5x1620s OIII: 5x300s, 10x450s, 4x600s, 11x810s, 4x900s, 5x1200s, 11x1500s SII: 2x450s, 22x900s, 18x1800s @ ISO1600 (36h56m) Telescope: Celestron C8 Focal length: 2032mm Camera: Full Spectrum Modded & Cooled Canon 40D Guiding: Celestron Off Axis Guider/PHD2 Guiding Mount: CGEM This image consists of the same narrowband data as used for the SHO version except that the SII/HII were used as RED and the GREEN and BLUE channels from OIII subs were used as their real colors. The end result ended up looking way too red so I toned down the red hue to finish on this photo of the Tarantula Nebula.

    © Mariusz Goralski

  3. Greetings Astronomers, After a long time of any combination of clouds, moon shine or work, I finally had a clear moonless night to myself... Something I was not going to let pass me by, and lucky that I didn't because it's back to partially cloudy tonight. In the past I was planning to image the area around the Tarantula nebula and the large Megallanic Cloud and tonight was my chance. I was hoping for a night of RGB, HAlpha, OIII and SII but so far all I captured was 4.5 hours of 7.5min and 3 min subs at ISO400 using my modded 40D of IRCut OSC before cloudy nights resumed. I figured that I might not get a chance to capture any narrowband to mix into it so I processed what I have and thought it was worth sharing. Thanks for looking. Mariusz
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