Smallband

Cirrus Nebula NGC6960, NGC6995 & Open Cluster NGC 6940

The 2nd light with the new camera and filter was 1 week later possible and the Cirrus Nebula was the main target. As a gift an open cluster NGC 6940 was visible on the first sub which is a nice bycatch. Due lack of tracking only subs of 40 seconds was the best to eliminate PE.

This image is a stack of 150 frames of 40 sec @ ISO 3200

Camera: Canon EOS RP
Filter: IDAS-NB2
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8
Place: Melissant, de Lus – The Netherlands

IC1318 & surrounding nebula

First light of a new drop-in filter from IDAS, which transits only the H-alpha and OIII emission lines. Due lack of tracking only subs of 40 seconds was the best to eliminate PE.

This image is a stack of 150 frames of 40 sec @ ISO 3200

Camera: Canon EOS RP
Filter: IDAS-NB2
Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8
Place: Melissant, de Lus – The Netherlands

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