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Weird Ha Objects Suggestions?

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I've imaged quite a number of Ha nebulae and am running out of choices! Can anyone suggest something a bit odd?

Alexxx

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You may have done it already, but the Spaghetti nebula (Sh2-240) is large, faint and I found it quite challenging?

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Yeah, that's the one.  And, yes it is more of an autumn or winter target.

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The Flying Bat Sh2-129, it's quite close to IC1396.

It's another big one and faint.

Been meaning to give it another go myself but this is all I got for 6x900secs Atik 383L @ 135mm f/2.

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Hi Alexx,

If you really are desperate for something off the beaten track, try this one: Heckathorn-Fesen-Gull1. It will keep you occupied for a while, but when done, you have an image of a really cool subject..and you get bonus points for remembering the name 😉

 

Anne

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