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Barnard's Loop - 7.2 hours with a Canon 7D Mark II, 





    
        

            Antoine Grelin
Barnard's Loop - 7.2 hours with a Canon 7D Mark II

Barnard's Loop - 7.2 hours with a Canon 7D Mark II

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Resolution: 10776x6839

Dates:Feb. 11, 2018

Frames: 73x360"

Integration: 7.3 hours

Avg. Moon age: 25.57 days

Avg. Moon phase: 16.70%

Astrometry.net job: 2998164

RA center: 83.512 degrees

DEC center: -0.167 degrees

Pixel scale: 8.229 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 82.886 degrees

Field radius: 14.589 degrees

Locations: Nevada 165, Searchlight, Nelson, Nevada, United States

Data source: Traveller

Description

Barnard’s Loop is an emission nebula that originated from a supernova about 2 million years ago.

This photo is the result of 7.2 hours of total exposure at 50mm f/4 with our unmodified DSLR camera and our 50mm lens.

3.6 hours were spent on capturing RGB data, and we used a 12nm Ha filter for the other 3.6 hours to capture the faint red gases.

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Antoine Grelin
License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Creative Commons
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Barnard's Loop - 7.2 hours with a Canon 7D Mark II, 





    
        

            Antoine Grelin