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Contains:  M 27, Dumbbell nebula, NGC 6853, The star 14Vul
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M27 in a sea of stars (LRGB), 





    
        

            MicRaWi
M27 in a sea of stars (LRGB)

M27 in a sea of stars (LRGB)

Technical card

Resolution: 2998x2098

Dates:July 10, 2016

Frames:Baader LRGB 1.25'' CCD Filters: 15x300" -18C

Integration: 1.2 hours

Avg. Moon age: 6.00 days

Avg. Moon phase: 35.54%

Astrometry.net job: 1609363

RA center: 299.915 degrees

DEC center: 22.696 degrees

Pixel scale: 1.111 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 109.125 degrees

Field radius: 0.565 degrees

Locations: Home, Hornstein, Burgenland, Austria

Description

I captured M27 already in summer 2016. I made six luminance plus 3 frames per color R, G, B, each 300s. There are so many stars appearing, that I did not yet succed to flatten the background properly. However I decided to publish it. The amount of stars is no surprise as M27 is close to the galactical equator, and I decided to show the stars. One can see an obstruction of the stars around the bright part of M27, and if one looks more closely into this part one can see signs of M27's dim outer area. So I am satisfied with this result, as it is only a 75min LRGB and does not contain any narrowband frames. Processing was done in Fitswork and Adobe Lightroom.

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M27 in a sea of stars (LRGB), 





    
        

            MicRaWi