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Contains:  NGC 6883, NGC 6871, The star 28Cyg, The star 27Cyg
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WR134 wide field, 





    
        

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WR134 wide field

WR134 wide field

Technical card

Resolution: 4241x3150

Astrometry.net job: 2948750

RA center: 302.301 degrees

DEC center: 36.074 degrees

Pixel scale: 2.019 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 216.881 degrees

Field radius: 1.482 degrees

Data source: Backyard

Description

I made this new version of WR134 and it's OIII ring from a mixture of 3 telescopes and two cameras. The wide field Ha-, OIII- and RGB data were shot with my 80/480 mm TS Photoline triplet apo with 0.79x reducer (=380mm) and my Zwo ASI1600mmp. The Ha contribution to the ring was shot with the Zwo Asi1600mmp and my 130/910 mm TS Photoline triplet apo with 0.79x reducer (=720 mm). The OIII for the ring was a mixture of my data (720 mm) and data from JukkaP (CN user name) with his SW Esprit80 and his ASI183mmp.

So under the balance this is

9,900s OIII at 380 mm
18,000s Ha at 380 mm
4,500s RGB at 380 mm
30,000s OIII at 400 mm (JukkaP)
13,000s OIII at 720 mm
7,200s Ha at 720 mm

So in total about 23 hrs of light.

The data registration was performed in Astro Pixel Processor. The rest of the processing was done in Photoshop CC2018 with some final tweaks in Lightroom Classic. In between star elimination was perfectly done by Starnet++

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I made this new version of WR134 and it's OIII ring from a mixture of 3 telescopes and two cameras. The wide field Ha-, OIII- and RGB data were shot with my 80/480 mm TS Photoline triplet apo with 0.79x reducer (=380mm) and my Zwo ASI1600mmp. The Ha contribution to the ring was shot with the Zwo Asi1600mmp and my 130/910 mm TS Photoline triplet apo with 0.79x reducer (=720 mm). The OIII for the ring was a mixture of my data (720 mm) and data from JukkaP (CN user name) with his SW Esprit80 and his ASI183mmp. So under the balance this is 9,900s OIII at 380 mm 18,000s Ha at 380 mm 4,500s RGB at 380 mm 30,000s OIII at 400 mm (JukkaP) 13,000s OIII at 720 mm 7,200s Ha at 720 mm So in total about 23 hrs of light. The data registration was performed in Astro Pixel Processor. The rest of the processing was done in Photoshop CC2018 with some final tweaks in Lightroom Classic. In between star elimination was perfectly done by Starnet++

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