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Contains:  10 S Sge, 10 Vul, 11 Cyg, 11 Sge, 12 Vul, 12 gam Sge, 12 phi Cyg, 13 Sge, 13 Vul, 14 Vul, 15 Cyg, 15 Sge, 15 Vul, 16 Vul, 16 eta Sge, 17 Cyg, 19 Cyg, 2 Cyg, 2 Sge, 2 Vul, 21 eta Cyg, 21 tet Lyr, 22 Cyg, 25 Cyg, 27 b01 Cyg, 3 Sge, 3 Vul, 4 Cyg, 4 Vul, 5 Vul, 5 alf Sge, 6 alf Vul, 6 bet Sge, 6 bet01 Cyg, 6 bet02 Cyg, 7 Vul, 7 del Sge, 8 Cyg, 8 Vul, 8 zet Sge, 9 Cyg, 9 Sge, 9 Vul, Albireo, Anser, B144, B145, B146, B147, B341, Cygnus, Dumbbell nebula, IC 4954, IC1299, IC1302, IC1303, IC4954, M 27, M27, M56, M71, NGC 6791, NGC 6820, NGC 6853, NGC 6871, NGC6791, NGC6793, NGC6800, NGC6802, NGC6813, NGC6815, NGC6820, NGC6823, NGC6827, NGC6830, NGC6834, NGC6842, NGC6846, NGC6857, NGC6871, Part of the constellation Cygnus (Cyg), Sagitta, Sh2-100, Sh2-101, Sh2-82, Sh2-83, Sh2-84, Sh2-86, Sh2-87, Sh2-88, Sh2-89, Sh2-90, Sh2-91, Sh2-92, Sh2-93, Sh2-94, Sh2-96, Sh2-97, Sh2-98, Sh2-99, Sham, The constellation Sagitta (Sge), The constellation Vulpecula (Vul), The star 13Vul, The star Albireo (β1Cyg), The star αSge, The star αVul, The star βSge, The star γSge, The star δSge, The star ηCyg, The star θLyr, The star χCyg, U Sge, VdB126, VdB128, Vulpecula, chi Cyg
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From Sagitta to Cygnus

Technical card

Dates:June 21, 2019June 22, 2019June 25, 2019July 8, 2019July 24, 2019July 27, 2019Aug. 23, 2019Aug. 26, 2019

1097x60" ISO800
STC Duo-Narrowband HaOIII clip filter: 120x60" ISO1600

Integration: 20.3 hours

Darks: ~20

Flats: ~30

Bias: ~150

Avg. Moon age: 20.00 days

Avg. Moon phase: 50.26% job: 2981694

RA center: 19h 41' 3"

DEC center: +27° 41' 42"

Pixel scale: 8.532 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -90.982 degrees

Field radius: 12.732 degrees

Resolution: 9549x4928

Locations: Some dark spot, Ontario, Ontario, Canada

Data source: Traveller


This was my summer project. While sailing the Great Lakes, the pictures were shot at the shores of Lake Ontario and Lake Huron.

While I planned to make a 3x3 panel mosaic, I could only finish 8 out of 9 panels, so this mosaic is made of 3x2 panels. I hope to complete it next season.

It shows a part of the Milky Way containing well known Objects as M 27, Coathanger or Tulip Nebula and a remakable amount of dark nebulae. Very little HA has been added to some areas.



License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Creative Commons

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