Popular Post Greg M Posted June 13, 2021 Popular Post Share Posted June 13, 2021 (edited) I captured this over two evenings. I hoped for even more data but both evenings the winds picked up and scrapped the imaging. 21h 39m 00s +57° 29′ 24.0″ IC1396 is a concentration of ionized gas in the constellation Cepheus. The Elephant Trunk itself is IC1396A and is the vertical tenuous stream of gas coming from the bottom of the frame up towards the center. The bright red star in the upper right of the frame is Mu Cephei, also known as Hershel's Garnet Star. It is a red giant and thought to be one of the largest known stars with a radius of 1,000 times our sun. If it replaced our sun it would reach between the orbit of Jupiter and Saturn. StellarVue SV70T APO, ZWO 1600mm camera, Baader Filters, CGX Mount, Captured using NINA, Processed with Astro Pixel Processor. 15x 60second - Lum 15x 120seconds ea. - RGB 30x 300 sec. Ha 24x 300 sec. OIII 20x 300 sec. SII Total Integration Time = 7hr 55 min. Taken from Hwy 156 Lee Canyon Rd @ 6230' (1899m) - SQL Reading 20.92 - 57°f (14°c) Edited June 13, 2021 by Greg M 10 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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