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Propeller Nebula in Cygnus, 





    
        

            Jeff Bennett
Propeller Nebula in Cygnus

Propeller Nebula in Cygnus

Technical card

Resolution: 1008x759

Dates:June 30, 2019

Frames: 50x300"

Integration: 4.2 hours

Avg. Moon age: 27.04 days

Avg. Moon phase: 6.83%

Astrometry.net job: 2781230

RA center: 304.051 degrees

DEC center: 43.704 degrees

Pixel scale: 6.476 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 277.419 degrees

Field radius: 1.135 degrees

Locations: Home Observatory, Meiners Oaks, California, United States

Data source: Backyard

Description

I have not imaged in over seven months; I even dismantled my entire imaging set-up! Once back together, I started testing. This is my first image of this region in Cygnus. Im relatively happy with it, but I seem to have forgotten all my usual PI routines. If anyone wants to share their PI processing routines with me, I SURE WOULD APPRECIATE IT.

Also, when I rebuilt everything, I decided to try an ethernet connection from my AP Mach1 GTO to my PC. In the past, I used a USB cable. It worked, but AP recommends an ethernet if you can do it. I have a fast PC and Astrophysics mount software. With APCC it was easy. I upgraded my software and now have SGO Pro, The SKYX Professional all connected directly to my mount via ONE cable ! Amazing! Astrophysics makes such good stuff! APCC is the greatest software every for full AP mount control. I dig it.

DWB 111, also known as the Propeller Nebula is a hydrogen-alpha emission nebula in Cygnus. The propeller shape is actually a small portion of a much larger emission nebula, which can be seen as faint red hydrogen-alpha nebulosity throughout the image frame. The distance to the nebula is not known.

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