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Subject: IC5070 "The Pelican Nebula"
Author: Florent POIGET
Scope: WO Megrez 80 Super APO
Instruments:
- Losmandy HGM TITAN / Gemini Goto mount
- SBIG ST-10XME at -11?C
- SBIG CFW-8A
- Tele Vue TRF-2008 0.8x Focal Reducer/Field Flattener
- Baader 15mm adapter
- Astrodon? 6nm Ha CCD Filter
- Astrodon? 1:1:1 Tru-Balance? RGB CCD Filters
Exposure time:
15h20min. for the Luminance only on 4 nights
Luminance: L(Ha+R)= (88exp. x 10 min) + (8exp. x 5min) all in binning 1x1
Color information: R(Ha+R) = G = B = 8 exp. x 5 min. (binning 1x1)
Place & Seeing: Pithiviers le Vieil, France / very good seeing
Date: September 2005
Remarks:
6 softwares ( 5 CCD softwares and PhotoShop CS2) have been used to process this image on several days.
My Web site: http://www.poigetdigitalpics.com/poiget.html
I began Astronomy 23 years ago with a small achromatic refractor. Since 7 years, I began the CCD imaging of the Deep Sky and since 2 years I take High Resolution CCD pictures about nebulas and galaxies. I use my 2 WO Triplet APO refractors and my Meade 12" UHTC SCT OTA (will be replaced by a 12" Richtey-Chr?tien in the future). I am 33 years old.

 

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