Caroline's Rose RGBL Live Stack

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mAnKiNd
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Caroline's Rose RGBL Live Stack

Post by mAnKiNd » Tue Sep 04, 2018 3:49 pm

Caroline's Rose Final resized.jpg
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Caroline's Rose (NGC 7789) is a georgous open cluster of colourful starfields 7.6kly away from us in the constellation of Cassiopia.

I captured each Red, Green, Blue and Luminance channel as a Live Stack in Sharpcap and then combined & mastered the final stack in Pixinsight/Photoshop.

Zoom: http://nova.astrometry.net/image/5147022

Method: viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1081

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Re: Caroline's Rose RGBL Live Stack

Post by turfpit » Fri Sep 07, 2018 10:25 am

Nice Minos, a very productive 30 minutes of capture. I see Caroline, who discovered it, was the sister of William Herschel.

There are plenty of interesting targets in and around Cassiopeia and it is well placed at this time of the year, coming around from the east (at least in the UK).

Dave

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