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NGC 7000 Revisited, 


            Jan Curtis
NGC 7000 Revisited
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NGC 7000 Revisited

Acquisition details

May 2, 2016 ·  May 3, 2016 ·  May 4, 2016 ·  June 5, 2016
113×60(1h 53′) ISO1250
168×60(2h 48′) ISO2000
85×75(1h 46′ 15″) ISO2000
116×60(1h 56′) ISO3200
8h 23′ 15″
Avg. Moon age:
19.40 days
Avg. Moon phase:
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale:

Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 1107740

RA center: 21h01m58s.8

DEC center: +46°1951

Pixel scale: 4.463 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -164.562 degrees

Field radius: 5.141 degrees

Resolution: 620x1742

File size: 1000.0 KB

Locations: Home observatory, Cheyenne, WY (elevation: 6014'), United States


Web browser (FIREFOX) tends to saturate reds. If you are interested in downloading my original:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zxvn0gu9jsjy4he/NGC7000_229B.jpg?dl=0 (of course open in anything other than a browser) to see what I mean. I wasn't aware of this before so perhaps the browser has been modified recently? This may explained why some had thought that ASTROBIN's image quality has worsened since the beginning of the year.

Well, with clear skies, I had to try this DSO favorite again. I mixed relatively low and high ISO with short subs (unguided). I think this new attempt turned out pretty good. Comments welcomed.

Version "B" adds 85 subs. Seems like when I go over 300 subs, the noise level drops considerably.

Version "C" was rotated to the more familiar orientation. However, I have to confess that I have no idea how I post-processed this brighter and more saturated version. :-)

Version "D" is a 2 panel mosaic with the top half redone to better the original image of spherical abberation. My goal is to create a large mosaic of Cygnus during the summer months. This is the first of hopefully many updated.



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Sky plot

Sky plot


NGC 7000 Revisited, 


            Jan Curtis