Hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Cygnus (Cyg)  ·  Contains:  10 nu. Cep  ·  12 Cep  ·  13 Cep  ·  14 Cep  ·  15 Cep  ·  18 Cep  ·  19 Cep  ·  2 tet Cep  ·  20 Cep  ·  21 zet Cep  ·  22 lam Cep  ·  23 eps Cep  ·  26 e Cyg  ·  27 del Cep  ·  3 bet Lac  ·  3 eta Cep  ·  30 Cyg  ·  31 omi01 Cyg  ·  32 omi02 Cyg  ·  33 Cyg  ·  4 Cep  ·  43 Cyg  ·  45 ome01 Cyg  ·  46 ome02 Cyg  ·  5 alf Cep  ·  50 alf Cyg  ·  51 Cyg  ·  55 Cyg  ·  56 Cyg  ·  57 Cyg  ·  And 227 more.
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H-Alpha from Cepheus to Cygnus @ 50 mm, 



    
        

            Wolfgang Zimmermann

H-Alpha from Cepheus to Cygnus @ 50 mm

Getting plate-solving status, please wait...
H-Alpha from Cepheus to Cygnus @ 50 mm, 



    
        

            Wolfgang Zimmermann

H-Alpha from Cepheus to Cygnus @ 50 mm

Imaging Telescopes Or Lenses
Olympus Zuiko 50 mm f1.8 analog
Imaging Cameras
Canon EOS 80D
Mounts
SkyWatcher EQ 3-2
Filters
Astronomik EOS clip Astronomik 12nm Ha
Software
Astro Pixel Processor APP · Adobe Photoshop 5 CS

Acquisition details

Dates:
June 1, 2019 ·  June 3, 2019
Frames:
Astronomik EOS clip Astronomik 12nm Ha: 18x300" (1h 30') ISO1600
Integration:
1h 30'
Darks:
19
Flats:
24
Flat darks:
22
Bias:
41
Avg. Moon age:
13.81 days
Avg. Moon phase:
2.19%

RA center: 21h13m00s.6

DEC center: +52°0624

Pixel scale: 14.792 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -58.844 degrees

Field radius: 17.215 degrees

More info:Open 

Resolution: 6708x5074

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

Data source: Backyard

Description

The journey continues into the constellation of Cepheus

Unfortunately, in the first series it became too bright again and I received only 5 shots. It worked better on 3.6. it should be 25 images. The camera meant to make 1 dark images and then only 13 were. After all, 18 images have come together.

I close the lens to f/4

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