Imaging telescope or lens: Explore Scientific PN-208/812 Carbon Fiber OTA
Imaging camera: ZWO ASI 1600MM Cool
Mount: SkyWatcher AZ-EQ5
Guiding telescope or lens: Solomark F50 50mm guidescope
Guiding camera: ToupTek ToupCam GCMOS01200KPB
Accessory: Explore Scientific HR Coma Corrector
ZWO Blue: 21x150" (gain: 150.00) -25C
ZWO Green: 100x150" (gain: 150.00) -25C
ZWO H-alpha 7nm: 30x300" (gain: 150.00) -25C
ZWO Luminance: 135x150" (gain: 129.00) -25C
ZWO Red: 24x150" (gain: 150.00) -25C
Integration: 14.2 hours
Avg. Moon age: 23.91 days
Avg. Moon phase: 34.05%
Astrometry.net job: 1732768
RA center: 202.469 degrees
DEC center: 47.191 degrees
Pixel scale: 1.512 arcsec/pixel
Orientation: 71.274 degrees
Field radius: 0.460 degrees
I might try to capture more blue and/or hydrogen alpha data on this.
Reduced star sizes and adjusted the levels a bit to make the background darker.
Tried a different method of luminance layering. NGC 5195 seems less yellow and more blue - I'm not sure why.
I found my missing blue subs as well as a bunch of hydrogen alpha subs! Now it's looking like I hoped it would.
Crop of revision D.
Adjusted the reds a little.
Crop of revision F.
Reduced the amount of Ha in the red channel and tried to fix a minor acquisition error (50% successful).
Trying to fix the reflection error once and for all...
Attempt to repair a minor error in the red channel.
Continuing to reprocess old data. I got a comment recently that this one was too red, which it was.
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