Wyvern Posted January 25, 2021 Share Posted January 25, 2021 Evening All,Been trying to nail this one for months but with a lack of clear skies it's not been easy. Still lacking Sii subs but I've got enough for a decent image. I'm going to defend keeping the green which I know is not the norm with SHO images because I find the green gives it a really alien look and it's one of the few targets that I find which looks good in green which I think works because of the large amount of sulphur and the separation of the Oiii filaments from the rest.HQ on link belowhttps://www.astrobin.com/opglpu/?nc=userComposed of;40x 600s Ha26x 600s Sii44x 600s OiiiSo as for the surprise I saw what I thought was an aberration in the top of the picture but it is a small planetary nebula named HoCr1 (thanks to Geof for finding it's name) which was discovered in 2006 (much to my dismay at not being the first to find it) but it isn't really very well known so well worth pointing it out.As usual, I'd love to hear your feedback and suggestions.Clear skies!Wyvern 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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