Cygnus Wall
Cygnus Wall

Captured using Narrowband SHO filters. With the QHY268m and 1000mm Newt.

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Tulip in Cepheus
Tulip in Cepheus

Designated as Sharpless 140, this nebula is rarely imaged. Captured in HaRGB technique using the QHY268m and 1000mm Newt

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The Ghost of Gamma Cass
The Ghost of Gamma Cass

Gamma Cassiopeia is a blue variable star that emits radiation is so violent that it carves into a nearby nebula - IC63 aka the Ghost. Captured in RGB and enhanced with Halpha.

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The Cepheus Lion
The Cepheus Lion

Sh 2-132 in Halpha, Oiii and RGB stars - QHY268m and 1000mm ONTC

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Wall of Fire
Wall of Fire

A Hydrogen and Oxygen data composition of the Cygnus Wall. Captured with the QHY268m, over 11 hours of integration.

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The Red Lion
The Red Lion

Sharpless 132 sits at the border of Cepheus and Lacerta some 10.000 light-years away. Natural colour image enhanced with narrowband data to boost the red channel aka the Hydrogen emission component. Over 11hrs of imaging with the QHY268m and 8'' ONTC

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Cygnus Wall HaRGB
Cygnus Wall HaRGB

Part of the great North America Nebula, this structure has the most intense star formation. Seen here in natural colour, with the pinkish-red representing the most abundant element - Hydrogen Captured in June 2021 with the QHY268m and 8" ONTC

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Iris Nebula
Iris Nebula

Captured at 1000mm with over 20hours of imaging using the QHY268c.

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M100 and company
M100 and company

The grand design spiral galaxy, Messier object 100. Captured with 10 hours of RGB data from the QHY268c.

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