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I had a rare clear night last week and took the opportunity to image the Flaming Star in Auriga. There was a 50% moon at ~60 degrees distance. This image is a stack of 3 hours of H-alpha imaging. I also got 2 hours of RGB, but they were unusable due to horrendous gradients.

Esprit 80, ASI1600mm Pro @ -20C; Baader 3.5nm Ha.
AA Starwave 50mm and ASI290mm Mini for guiding.
Belt-modded HEQ5 Pro.


Link to Astrobin here.


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