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Seagull nebula in narrowband


Martin-Devon
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Taken over nights of 18th February and 4th March - was hoping to add more data, but the weather had other ideas, so I've drawn a line under this one for now. Data comprises of 12 x 10 minute subs each for H-alpha, OIII and SII, processed as SHO = RGB in Hubble palette.

Thanks for looking,

Martin

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That's a quality image :-)  Lots of interesting things to see in there... I like the colour balance too - not flourescent like many using the Hubble palette. I can imagine how much work went into processing that.

ChrisH

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Wow Martin.

Your images are often something special but this looks on another level - absolutely cracking stuff.  Really vibrant and dynamic but at the same time subtle.  Looks more like a phoenix than a seagull but an absolute stunner nonetheless.

Wonderful stuff and given the weather even more kudos.  Low bow to you sir!

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About 60% down and 75% to the right of the image there is a bit that looks similar to gravitational lensing, the way the gas seems to be back lit in an arc from the point of light behind? Maybe that star obscures a large galaxy behind it? (purely conjecture, just curious, is such a detailed image)

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