Comet Neowise July 21st 2020

Comet Neowise was easily visible with the naked eye during these days. The broad yellowish tail is the dust tail, and the smaller blue one is the ion tail mostly from CO+. After closest approach to the sun the coma turned green which is an indication of high amount of CN and C2 molecules.

This image is a stack of 20 frames of 30 sec @ ISO 1600

Camera: Canon EOS RP
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8
Place: Middelharnis – The Netherlands

Sharpless 140

This object lays in the region of the Cepheus Bubble and is an HII emission nebula

Ra 22h 19m / Dec +63° 18′

This image is a stack of 22 frames of 900 sec using a Baader H-alpha 7nm filter

Camera: Atik 460ex mono
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8

DWB 111 – The Propeller Nebula

The Propeller Nebula is most known as DWB 111, but is a combination of DWB 111 & DWB 119 and even found as Simeis 57

Ra 20h 16m / Dec +43° 40′

This SHO image is a stack of 40:40:40 frames of 600 sec each using a Baader H-alpha 7nm, Astrodon OIII 3nm and an Astrodon SII 3nm filter

Camera: Atik 460ex mono
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8

NGC 6820, Sh2 86

NGC 6820 or Sharpless 86 is a emission nebula laying around the corner of the Coathanger and consist the open cluster NGC 6823

Ra 19h 42m / Dec 23° 05′

This image is a stack of 24 frames of 900 sec using a Baader H-alpha 7nm filter

Camera: Atik 460ex mono
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8

Rosette Nebula – Caldwell 49

This famous nebula which shine in the winter months is an easy target for small and big telescopes. It is also known as The Skeleton Nebula

Ra 6u 33m / Dec +4° 59′

This image is a stack of 12 frames of 900 sec using a Baader H-alpha 7nm filter

Camera: Atik 460ex mono
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8