We’ve had pretty good weather lately, so I’ve been working on the Veil Nebula — another target in the constellation Cygnus. This is what’s left, millions of years after a star explodes.
Here’s about half of the data in hydrogen alpha that I intend to get while the moon is in the sky. After the full moon, I’ll get the RGB and Luminance data (assuming the weather is still cooperative).
Takahashi FSQ 105EDXIII
SBIG STL 11000m / Baader Ha
13.5hrs in 30 minute subs