Thursday, March 6, 2008

Rosette in Ha(Ha+R)GB

Last night we had a clear sky for about couple of hours. This was maybe my last chance to image the Rosette nebula in RGB this winter. The following week's weather looks wery discouraging and the moon and lightening nights may prevent imaging after that. However, I managed to grab 2h exposure in RGB and this is the combination of RGB and Ha (5h 30m) data I took previously. Total Exposure is now 7h 30m and the image is taken with the usual gear EM-200USD3, SW80ED, WO 0.8x FF/FR, QHY8, Baader 7nm H-alpha and IDAS LPS filters. Bigger version is here.


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