Celestial hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Cygnus (Cyg)  ·  Contains:  IC 1340  ·  NGC 6995  ·  Network nebula  ·  Veil nebula
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Eastern Veil Nebula-  Straight SHO, 



    
        

            Chris White
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Eastern Veil Nebula- Straight SHO

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Eastern Veil Nebula-  Straight SHO, 



    
        

            Chris White
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Eastern Veil Nebula- Straight SHO

Acquisition details

Dates:
Aug. 2, 2019
Frames:
Chroma Ha 3nm: 41×420(4h 47′)
Chroma OIII 3nm: 41×420(4h 47′) -15°C
Chroma SII 3nm: 35×420(4h 5′)
Integration:
13h 39′
Darks:
30
Flats:
40
Bias:
250
Avg. Moon age:
1.60 days
Avg. Moon phase:
2.86%

RA center: 20h56m47s.470

DEC center: +31°0731.30

Pixel scale: 0.697 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 90.764 degrees

Field radius: 0.473 degrees

More info:Open 

Resolution: 4090x2656

File size: 8.8 MB

Data source: Backyard

Description

It's been a long time since I got some serious imaging done. All June and much of July I was fighting with a new mount that ended up being returned. Before that the weather was horrible for, oh about the last two years, lol... A few weeks ago I purchased my dream mount, a new-to-me second hand Mach 1, and right out the gate it has performed superbly! I'm getting the best data... perhaps ever. I installed this mount in the new slide off roof Obsy I built this spring, and I'm having fun again doing astrophotography. It feels like those first few months when every clear night was met with great anticipation.

Anyway, for the last week I decided to image the Eastern Veil. I've always been drawn to the electric feel of this target and I imaged it with a camera lens a few years ago. Since then I have wanted to do some part of it in high resolution. My Newt with Paracorr is 920mm FL and with the small pixels of the 6120 my image scale is right around .7"/px.

I'm uploading two versions of this image. One as a straight SHO and one as a custom hubble blend. This is the SHO and while I don't generally like green in my DSO images, I really loved it here. It's a palette that I am not used to working with so maybe I'm just drawn to the novelty of it.

One thing that is really great about this target is that there is a very strong signal in all three narrowband channels. I was actually really surprised to see how strong Sii was. Thanks for looking!

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Eastern Veil Nebula-  Straight SHO, 



    
        

            Chris White

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