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Horsehead and Flame HaRGB
An iconic winter nebula sitting comfortably in Orion. Data capture during November and December 2019 with about 11 hours of imaging
North America
NGC 7000 in Hubble palette. 16.8 hours of Sulphur, Hydrogen and Oxygen data captured from November to December 2019.
Cone nebula in Monoceros
This hydrogen rich field contains a few named landmarks like the Christmas Tree, Fox fur, Snowflake and Cone.
28 hours of integration in Oxygen and Hydrogen data.
Wall to Pelican
North America Nebula in HOO composition. 12 hours of data capture in November 2019.
Bubble and Claw Narrowband
SHO image of these two nebulas in Cassiopeia
Cave Nebula wide view
45 hours of integration on this field located in Cepheus. Cave nebula at the top surrounded by a rich Hydrogen field and dark lanes of dust. HOO composition.
IC1805 - The Heart
Located in Cassiopeia about 7500 light years away.
27hours of exposures in Halpha and Oxygen.
Space Magic in Cepheus
The Wizard on the left casting a fireball spell in the form of Sharpless 139.
NGC 7380 or Wizard Nebula was discovered by Caroline Herschel and lies about 7200 light years away.
8hrs of Sii, 11hrs of Oiii and 20hrs of Ha
Cocoon Nebula Halpha enhanced
A stelar nursery in Cygnus surrounded by a sea of Hydrogen gas. The dark tail of the Cocoon aka Barnard 168 is a super dense dust region inside which new stars are being born. The image also features an incredible amount of colourful stars, something typical for Cygnus.
A total of 30 hours of exposure from light polluted Kingston at a focal length of 336mm.
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Space Magic in Cepheus

The Wizard on the left casting a fireball spell in the form of Sharpless 139. NGC 7380 or Wizard Nebula was discovered by Caroline Herschel and lies about 7200 light years away. 8hrs of Sii, 11hrs of Oiii and 20hrs of Ha