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Star101

NGC 6992 using ZWO 183mm Pro Ha + OIII

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Taken last night, using TS65EQ  and Mono ASI 183mm pro.

15 x 300  Astrodon 3mm Ha

12 x 300 Astrodon 3mm OIII

Mesu 200

Guide using ZWO OAG and Lodestar x2 with PHD2

SGPro

Processed in Pixinsight . Output as HOO image.

Thanks for looking

 

NGC 6992 Viel Nebula.jpg

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Very nice, I like the faint filaments of the rest of the remnant visible on the RHS.

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