ampleamp Posted March 8, 2017 Share Posted March 8, 2017 (edited) I took this in a gap between a couple of targets using Peter Goodhew's remote APM152 and QSI6120 in Spain. This is just 12 x 300" each of RGB and was more intended as a practice RGB run for me before i look at RGB stars for my SH2-224 project, and I liked the name . Since this is a bit of an experiment for me, I would really welcome some c&c on my approach to processing here, in particular background which i am not entirely happy with, but also anything else that grabs you. NGC 2419 was apparently discovered by William Herschel in 1788 and is approx 300,000LY from us. The name Intergalactic Wanderer, which is what intrigued me, was given when the object was thought not to be in orbit around the Milky Way. It does! Edited March 8, 2017 by ampleamp 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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