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Another brick in The Wall, 



    
        

            Ivaylo Stoynov
Another brick in The Wall
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Another brick in The Wall

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: TS-Optics RC 10" Truss

Imaging cameras: QHYCCD QHY 22

Mounts: iOptron CEM60

Guiding cameras: QHY5L-II Mono

Focal reducers: TS-Optics CCD47-S x0.67

Software: PixInsight PixInsinght 1.8 RC7  ·  PHD guiding  ·  photoshop  ·  APT - Astro Photography Tool

Filters: Astrodon O-III 3nm  ·  Astrodon HII-3nm

Accessory: ZWO OAG


Dates:June 27, 2020June 28, 2020

Frames:
Astrodon HII-3nm: 20x600" bin 1x1
Astrodon O-III 3nm: 10x600" bin 1x1

Integration: 5.0 hours

Avg. Moon age: 7.01 days

Avg. Moon phase: 46.11%

Temperature: -30.00


Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 3641810

RA center: 20h 58' 9"

DEC center: +43° 24' 28"

Pixel scale: 0.936 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 63.128 degrees

Field radius: 0.333 degrees


Resolution: 1600x2000

Locations: Nedelkovo, near Sofia, Bulgaria

Data source: Backyard

Description

The image is named by this way as it is a brick in different ways :) It is part of the NGC 7000's Wall. Also is a new brick in my personal wall of experience - taken with 254mm scope which is the biggest one I have used so far. It defines a new learning route - big reflecting scope contrasting with my experience mainly with refractors.

The image could be considered as first proper light (there was one session before but still considering if it worth to post the result) of my new RC10". It is just 5h integration with very unstable atmosphere, but I like the result :)

Such dramatic places with ionized H-II clouds are usually stellar nurseries and this area is not an exception. The cloud is shaped by the stellar winds of the already born young stars. In the image can be seen a good number of globules and pillars which hide the next generation of stars and brown dwarfs. The action is happening at ~1600 light years away from Earth.

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Ivaylo Stoynov
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Another brick in The Wall, 



    
        

            Ivaylo Stoynov