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Danilo Pivato

Sword of Orion in H-alpha: unusual field

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Surreal! Looks like one of the pillars of creation center image!

Love it. 30 min HaII subs. Oh boy am I going to give that a go!

Cheers

Ian

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Very nice idea on the framing. That dust and gas is very interesting.

Olly

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Very nice :)

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Excellent image. There's so much going on around Orion, as one of Olly's mosaic images shows.

James

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30 mins at f/2.8? That's deep, possibly the deepest I've seen the area imaged. Can I ask what bandwidth filter was used?

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30 mins at f/2.8? That's deep, possibly the deepest I've seen the area imaged. Can I ask what bandwidth filter was used?

GlassWlker & Keiran,, thank you!

The filter used is the H-Alpha Astronomik 6nm

Danilo Pivato

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The filter used is the H-Alpha Astronomik 6nm

Thanks, I live somewhere far less populous than Rome, but that gives me some hope I can achieve something similar when I later move to narrower filters to help reduce light pollution.

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