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  1. alan4908

    NGC1333

    From the album: Deep Sky III

    My first attempt at NGC1333, which is a reflection nebula in the constellation Perseus. There's quite a lot going on in the LRGB image below which represents just over 14 hours integration time and was taken with my Esprit 150: a blue reflection nebula, dark dusty lanes and intense areas of star formation. These latter regions contain an impressive collection of Herbig Haro objects which are formed when narrow bands of very rapidly moving partially ionized gas, ejected by the proto stars, collide with by nearby gas and dust.
  2. My first attempt at NGC1333, which is a reflection nebula in the constellation Perseus. There's quite a lot going on in the LRGB image below which represents just over 14 hours integration time and was taken with my Esprit 150: a blue reflection nebula, dark dusty lanes and intense areas of star formation. These latter regions contain an impressive collection of Herbig Haro objects which are formed when narrow bands of very rapidly moving partially ionized gas, ejected by the proto stars, collide with by nearby gas and dust. I decided to run my customized Pixinsight annotation script over the image which revealed that it contains over 20 HH objects, given that about 500 have been discovered, this seemed quite a catch ! Alan LIGHTS: L: 38, R:15, G:15, B: 19 x 600s, FLATS:40, BIAS:100, DARKS:30 all at -20C.
  3. This one is a composite from two of my telescopes : Meade LX200-ACF, FL 1600mm, F7.8 (with reducer) 55x10 min = 9h10m @ iso 800 TS Imaging Star 71, FL 350mm, F5 186x200 sek + 4x300 sek = 10h40m @ iso 400 The two images are aligned with Registar and blended together in PS. The small APO is attached to the CW bar so I can image with both scopes simultaneously. I previously posted the LX200 closeup image here : Ragnar
  4. This is data from the end of November that I got inspired to reprocess from start after I saw the recent NBC1333 thread by simmo39. He had 9 h of data and I think it looked very promising and quite different from my first attempt to process my 4.65 h of data. This time it looks much better and for the first time I can see the balrog in the image. I know it is a faint and difficult target and I should really get more data and I was aiming at 13 h but had some mishaps with guiding and forgot to put in a new battery in the camera before I went to bed. In any case, here it is at its present stage and any comments and suggestions are most welcome. Equipment: ES 127 ED apo (at f/7.5) with ES flattner on EQ8 and Canon 60Da. 29 x 6 min and 7 x 15 min at ISO1600. Photoshop CS5. Happy New Year and Cheers! from Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef = I will pop the corks much earlier than most of you
  5. Recently had a go at reprocessing a DSLR image taken back in 2014, so here it is. NGC1333 in Perseus, made up of just under 19 hours hours of 10 minute subs. Much happier with this version, been wanting to reprocess it since about a month after posting the original! I have since moved on to CCD and also got round to putting together the tiny amount of RGB i captured for M1, at under 3 hours in total. Hope you enjoy, more information about the objects can be found on my Flickr page for those interested in that sort of thing! Exposure Details: 113* 600 secs, ISO 800 Exposure Details: R: 6x600s - G:4x600s - B:6x600s Scope: Altair Astro 115EDT Camera: Canon 600Da (NGC1333) Atik 383L (M1) Mount: NEQ6 Callum
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