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IC443 The Jellyfish Nebula

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I wasn't planning on sharing this data and in fact, wasn't even planning to process it till I could gather more data without the L-eXtreme filter in hopes to get more accurate star colors.
But this crazy weather we have been experiencing here in the desert southwest is really getting to me.
Oh well, no clear skies on the horizon so here it is. I used Bill Blanshan's HOO normalization PixelMath routine on this to get the basic colors seen here.

C&C is always welcome!

StellarVue SV70T w/SV 0.8x Reducer/Flattener
Astromania 70mm Guide Scope w/ASI290mm
Optolong L-eXtreme 2" Filter
ZWO ASI 2600mc Pro (0°, Gain 100, Offset 50)
iOptron CEM70EC mount

37x600sec subs = 6hrs10mins
Captured with NINA 2.1 HF1 RC005
Processed with PixInsight

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6 hours ago, RaDec said:

Wow Greg - that's 6 1/2 hours of your life really well invested. Super image.

The level of sharp detail and resolution is wonderful.


I wish it was only 6.5hrs. When you add up the setup and strike time and then probably another 4hrs processing, it's more like 12 hours.

But thank you for the compliment! 


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