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Horsehead Nebula from Anza – HaRGB

Only night I got to out this November was the Friday after Thanksgiving so even though the moon was up until around 2 am I decided to go for it. I captured three hours of HA data until the moon went down using my Astronomik 12nm HA Clip-in filter and then another two hours of RGB with the CLS-CCD filter.

Image Location and Date: Orange County Astronomers dark site in Anza, CA
Object: IC 434 Horsehead & Flame Nebula
Mount: Orion Atlas EQ-G
Imaging scope: Orion 8″ f3.9 Astrograph
Imaging FL: 800mm
Imaging focal ratio: f3.9
Imaging camera: Canon 1100D (Rebel T3) Modded
Lights: 26x300sec @ ISO 1600 RGB
36x300sec @ ISO 1600 HA
Calibration: Darks, flats, Bias
Guide scope: SV Nighthawk II with Orion StarShoot Auto Guider
Other details: guiding with PHD, captured with APT, processed in PixInsight + PS

One Comment

  1. Jarrod says:

    Amazing! You have convinced me to upgrade my Omni XLT 150

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