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Friday, March 28, 2008
Sh2-129 is a very dimm diffused H-alpha nebula in the constellation of Cepheus.
The nebula is situated about 4 degrees west from IC 1396.
I made a small mosaic to show the actual location compared to IC 1396.
IC 1396 image is from 24.03.2008 and can be seen alone in previous post.
- Optics: Canon FD 200mm f2.8 lens with full aperature
- Camera: QHY8
- Platform and guiding: LX200 GPS 12" with QHY5 guider and PHD-guiding
- Exposures: 6 x 1800s H-alpha +4 x 600s RGB + Flats and Bias frames, no darks
- Filter: Baader 7nm H-alp + IDAS LP for RGB