ic 434 FSQ 740min

L'elaborazione credo che sia molto migliorabile, sono 740 minuti fatte in 3 serate con esposizioni da 20 e 30 minuti e filtro halfa 3,5nm custom, telescopio Takahashi FSQ 106N e camera sbig STL 11.000 su NEQ6 fatta da casa

  • astrometry.net 3y

    Hello, this is the blind astrometry solver. Your results are:
    (RA, Dec) center:(84.9699256098, -2.61373610453) degrees
    (RA, Dec) center (H:M:S, D:M:S):(05:39:52.782, -2:36:49.450)
    Orientation:91.31 deg E of N

    Pixel scale:13.39 arcsec/pixel

    Parity:Reverse ("Left-handed")
    Field size :3.81 x 2.45 degrees

    Your field contains:
    The star Alnilam (εOri)
    The star σOri
    The star Alnitak (ζOri)
    The star Alnitak (ζOri)
    NGC 1981
    NGC 1990
    IC 431
    IC 432
    IC 434 / Horsehead nebula
    NGC 2023
    NGC 2024
    IC 435

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  • dave halliday 3y

    Real nice and deep,lovely tone to it.
  • Joe F 3y

    dam killer photo!
  • Antofa 3y

    Amazing image... love the depth to it!
  • Jeff 3y

    Thank You for Posting at DIMEX

    Well done. Excellent Image!
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  • gerlos 3y

    spaventosamente bella!
  • Alexandra Hart 3y

    That is the most amazing image I have ever seen, it is fabulous in B&W as it looks almost 3D.
  • Giuseppe Petralia 3y

    Grazie a tutti per i commenti molto gentili
  • Jan Glonek 3y

  • Jan Glonek 3y

    amazing man..what telescop is it?
  • Giuseppe Petralia 3y

    thanks Jan, the telescope used is a Takahashi FSQ 106N
  • Terry Hancock 3y

    Congratulations Giuseppe, really nice contrast and detail is amazing
  • Giuseppe Petralia 3y

    Thanks Terry ;)
  • J.J. Mantero 3y

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Taken on January 30, 2012
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