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Not done anything astro related for a long time. Various reasons, but on Saturday I dusted off my 450d, 58mm old lens, and star adventurer. 

 

180x60s exposures at iso 800. Darks and flats used. 

 

I don't think I will ever be adept at any sort of processing so this is as good as it's gonna get for me tbh. 

 

Thanks for looking. 🙂

 

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I'm pretty sure it is. I did a single 5 second exposure of this part of the sky from Northumberland a few years ago and spotted a fuzzy blob which turned out to be the same nebula. It was named after Caroline Herschel who discovered it in 1783.     Gary

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19 hours ago, Sonyme said:

I'm pretty sure it is. I did a single 5 second exposure of this part of the sky from Northumberland a few years ago and spotted a fuzzy blob which turned out to be the same nebula. It was named after Caroline Herschel who discovered it in 1783.     Gary

I've been to Herschel's house in Bath. It's a museum, well worth a walk around for an hour or two if you are ever in the area. 

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