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Rosette Nebula


My first capture of the Rosette Nebula with my ASI294MM-Pro mono camera on my Takahashi FSQ-85EDX Baby-Q with a 0.73x reducer on an iOptron CEM70 mount. Taken over two nights, 11th and 12th January using APT running on a MiniPC attached to the mount. A total of 11h 50' with Ha, OIII and SII 7nm ZWO narrowband filters.


The data was processed with AstroPixelProcessor and Photoshop with StarXTerminator to separate the stars and Topaz Denoise for noise reduction. I used a modified SHO Hubble palette to represent the colours.



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