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IC5070 - The Pelican Nebula in Cygnus

The Pelican Nebula. There was a very bright full moon when I took this and the transparency wasn't good. As Cygnus was 180 degrees away from the moon adn was therefore in darker skies I decided to try an object in Cygnus. This is one hour in Hydrogen Alpha made up of 12 x 5 minute subs.

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Filename:MMC_IC5070_Ha_20092005.jpg
Album name:Mike / Nebulae
Rating (2 votes):33333
Link-words:Nebula
Image date, time and location:20/09/05 21:45
Telescope aperture and focal ratio:Skywatcher ED80 80mm F7.5 refractor on EQ6 Pro mount. Starlight Xpress SXV-H9 camera with guide head. Skywatcher ST80 80mm F5 refractor guide scope. Sum combined in MaximDL. Dark Frame calibrated.
Filesize:144 KiB
Date added:Sep 21, 2005
Dimensions:696 x 520 pixels
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