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Saturday, October 1, 2011

A new set of wide fields vs closeups



Weather looks kind of good now, I might have something new to publish in few days! I never have had a first light for the Autumn season so late...

Since the weather doesn't support shooting any new material, I have done more image pairs from same target in different focal lengths, usually a 200-300mm camera lens and my old Meade LX200 GPS 12" telescope.
I have done earlier some scale studies  from the same material, with Moon circle as a scale.
Now I have done just simple image pairs, showing both, a wide field and a closeup.


IC 410, in Auriga, a "cosmic fertilization"

Ra 05h 22m 39s Dec -33° 31′ 01″

HST-palette, (HST=Hubble Space Telescope)
from the emission of ionized elements, R=Sulfur, G=Hydrogen and B=Oxygen.

Links to the original images, used in image pair, from top to bottom, 300mm vs ~2000mm

1. First wide field shot: 


IC405, the "Flaming Star Nebula"

An emission Nebula in constellation Auriga


Images are in Natural color palette from the emission of ionized elements, 
R=Hydrogen + Sulfur, G=Oxygen and B=Oxygen + Hydrogen.

Links to the original images, used in image pair, from top to bottom, 300mm vs ~2000mm





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