A rim in Cygnus near Sadr

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A rim in Cygnus near Sadr

Post by Menno555 » Tue Sep 15, 2020 6:04 pm

A rim in Cygnus near Sadr (H-Alpha, H-Beta and OIII)

Found this while browsing through Stellarium, so payed it a visit. Think it looks interesting with those bright fog like clouds streaming from a rim. Also the almost cut off from a lot of stars on the left and way fewer on the right.
For those interested, the center of this capture is RA 20h19m04s / DEC +039°29'37" (J2000.0). In the lower right corner is dark nebula LDN 881, in the upper right quarter is LDN 882.

The Netherlands, Bortle 7/8
Meade LX65 8" f/10 ACF OTA
Ioptron CEM25EC mount (no guiding)
Optolong L-eNhance filter
Zwo ASI294MC Pro camera

Captured with SharpCap Pro
28 x 180 sec @ -20 degrees Celsius / Gain 200 / Offset 4 / White balance R50/B50

Stacked in DeepSkyStacker 28 lights + 40 darks + 100 flats + 100 dark flats

Processed in Siril and Photoshop
Siril: Histogram and Color Calibration
Photoshop Levels, Curves, Shadows/Highlights, color strengthening, star reduction. Astronomy Tools actions: Contrast enhancement, Less Crunchy More Fuzzy, noise reduction. Size reduction

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