29 January 2013

IC 434 in HaLRGB


-Telescope: William Optics FLT 110 with F/T focuser 3025 & Starizona usb motor focus
-Mount: Skywatcher EQ6 Skyscan pro
-Chip: Atik 314L+
-Guiding: TS finder 8x50 with Meade DSI I pro
-Filter wheel: Starlight Xpress usb 7x1.25
-Location: Manor Observatory at Piraeus,GR (11/12.01.2013 & 20.01.2012)
-Filters-
Luminance: 60 min (bin 1x)
Baader RGB: 20/20/30 min (bin 1x)
Astrodon Ha(5nm): 225 min (bin 1x)
Total: 355 min

-Programs I have used-
Maxim DL ,Photoshop CS5, The Sky6 ,Focusmax



Information about IC 434

IC 434 is a bright emission nebula in the constellation Orion. It was discovered on February 1, 1786 by William Herschel.

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