Celestial hemisphere:  Northern  ·  Constellation: Cepheus (Cep)  ·  Contains:  Extremely wide field
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Dust of Cepheus - 105mm HaRGB, 



    
        

            Gernot_Obertaxer
Dust of Cepheus - 105mm HaRGB
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Dust of Cepheus - 105mm HaRGB

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Dust of Cepheus - 105mm HaRGB, 



    
        

            Gernot_Obertaxer
Dust of Cepheus - 105mm HaRGB
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Dust of Cepheus - 105mm HaRGB

Acquisition details

Dates:
Oct. 27, 2022 ·  Oct. 29, 2022 ·  Oct. 30, 2022 ·  Nov. 5, 2022
Frames:
36×30(18′) ISO200 f/2
360×60(6h) ISO800 f/2
Astronomik H-alpha CCD 12nm EOS Full: 70×180(3h 30′) ISO1600 f/2.8
Integration:
9h 48′
Darks:
15
Flats:
30
Bias:
32
Avg. Moon age:
5.96 days
Avg. Moon phase:
36.51%
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale:
2.75
Temperature:
8.75

Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 6532616

RA center: 21h40m55s.9

DEC center: +70°4648

Pixel scale: 13.235 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 32.096 degrees

Field radius: 11.479 degrees

Resolution: 5196x3463

File size: 22.2 MB

Locations: Garten, Spittal/Drau, Kärnten, Austria; Eisentalhöhe, Nockalmstraße, Kärnten (Carinthia), Austria

Data source: Traveller

Description

Hello folks!

I'll show you my latest project that has kept me busy lately.

This time I took a somewhat unconventional approach to collecting the data. In two sessions I focused on the dust structures (open aperture - medium ISO) and in another session the focus was on the stars (same aperture - low ISO). The goal was to get detailed dust structures and at the same time to pay attention to small stars.

The result was garnished with a "breeze" Halpha : )

Thx to  @Robert Eder for the inspiration for this foto!

I hope you like it and I look forward to your critical feedback.

CS Gernot

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