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jsigone

NGC 7635 Bubble in Ha

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First time posting here in a while, I was trying to take advantage of mt first clear night since last week. Targets like this makes me wish I had an OIII filter to blend into some color. I got about 3 hours in this target before I had to get some sleep.

Starlight Xpress HX916

Explorer Scientific 152mm mak-newt F4.8

Baader 7nm Ha Filter

27 x 5min

4 x 7min

2 x 10min

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NGC 7635, Bubble Nebula Ha, 3h8m by jsigone, on Flickr

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