Author Topic: Clusters and dark clouds in Cassiopeia - NGC 663 region from Petts Wood  (Read 164 times)

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Roberto

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Finished this one last night in an all nighter making the most of the new Moon and clear(ish) skies.
Amazing part of the sky in Cassiopeia with a mixture of dark and reflection nebulae as well as open clusters. Taken under crummy skies and not enough luminance to do away with the background noise. For a proper version see Thomas Davis' : https://www.astrobin.com/357618/0/?nc=user

Details of my version here:  https://www.astrobin.com/4k71rj/D/?nc=user
Check the annotated version.

Roberto


Carole

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I already liked this image on Astrobin.

Very nice Roberto.  Where are you finding the clear skies?

Carole

RobertM

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Well done - an unusual set of objects with really excellent framing and IC166 looks superb at full resolution.  Very well processed (to my eye), what noise there is is so subtle as being virtually non-existent.

Keep them coming.

Robert



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With good star colour too!
Really good.
Noel
Synta mount, a bunch of telescopes and a shed (on wheels).

Roberto

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Many thanks Noel.  8)

Roberto