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Photo NGC 6891 Planetary Nebula
17/7/18
Nick Cox


Took this single shot of NGC 6891, a planetary nebula in Delphinus. This is a good guide to these nebulae.
Now favourably placed as we look into the Milky Way's star fields.

Just a single shot with my new video camera, f8 6" refractor. Now working on a shorter OTA for shooting. Still trying out stacking.
The on screen views integrate every 20 secs. 1/50 sec being the default for deep sky.
Best wishes,
Nick.

Click here to view photo & read how it was taken (PDF)

http://www.webbdeepsky.com/downloads/The%20brightest%20planetary%20nebulae%20%28white%29%202nd%20ed.pdf

 

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