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            Wolfgang Zimmermann
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From IC 1396 to NGC 7000 and IC 5146

Getting plate-solving status, please wait...
From IC 1396 to NGC 7000 and IC 5146, 



    
        

            Wolfgang Zimmermann
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From IC 1396 to NGC 7000 and IC 5146

Imaging Telescopes Or Lenses
Canon 50mm f/1.8 II
Imaging Cameras
Canon DSLR 1000(d) modifiziert
Mounts
iOptron SkyTracker v2
Filters
HUTECH IDAS LPS P2
Software
Adobe Photoshop 5 CS · Fitswork 4.47 · Astronomy tools for Photoshop · DeepSky Stacker 3.3.4

Acquisition details

Dates:
Aug. 5, 2016
Frames:
HUTECH IDAS LPS P2: 1x181" (3' 1") ISO400
HUTECH IDAS LPS P2: 10x300" (50') ISO400
Integration:
53' 1"
Darks:
10
Flats:
10
Bias:
10
Avg. Moon age:
2.60 days
Avg. Moon phase:
7.45%
Mean SQM:
20.20
Temperature:
19.00

RA center: 21h15m12s.3

DEC center: +50°0507

Pixel scale: 22.867 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 24.327 degrees

Field radius: 14.895 degrees

More info:Open 

Resolution: 2602x3906

Locations: Terassensternwarte (Mag 20.6 - Bortle 4.5), Selm-Bork, NRW, Germany

Data source: Backyard

Description

I use CANON EF 1.8/50 mm and close the lens to f/4

I use a image in H-Alpha for IC1396, NGC 7000

Comments

Revisions

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From IC 1396 to NGC 7000 and IC 5146, 



    
        

            Wolfgang Zimmermann