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Subject: IC 1848 nebula
Author: Jérôme Gaillard
Scope: WO ZenithStar 80
Instruments:Canon 350D
Exposure time:18 frames of 10 minutes
Place & Seeing:Fontarèches in the south of France
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Remarks:I send you a new photograph taken with my Zenithstar 80. This is the result of 18 frames of 10 minutes for each one on IC 1848 nebula. The guiding was realised with a philips Toucam pro 2 webcam placed at the focus of a Takahashi FS 128 refractor. The two refractors were in parallel on a Takahashi EM 200 mount with FS2. Because of the presence of a moon, a Lumicon H alpha filter (and also a VR1 2'' WO filter) have been put in front of the imager device. The Dslr was a Canon 350D without original filter on the sensor (but with a Baader filter for astronomy). The frames have been taken at home in Fontarèches in the south of France (Gard). We can see that with such a focal lenght (480 mm), It's possible to see the whole nebula. Processing was done with Iris and Photoshop CS2.

 

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