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The Iris Nebula
Posted By: Colorado CJ, 06-11-2019, 07:44 PM

Sunday night I shot the Iris nebula. I only shot a total of 3 hours, but like always, I get the itch to process what I shoot each night. That is one thing I need to work on, shooting a subject for at least 10 hours before processing the image. The closest I got so far is 4.5 hours or so .

Anyway, this is what I got so far with the Iris Nebula.

Skywatcher MN190 Mak Newt
ZWO ASI 183MM Pro Imaging Camera
Astrodon LRGB Filters
EQ6-R Pro Equatorial Mount
ZWO ASI120MC-S Guide Camera
ZWO ASIAIR

Luminance: 45 minutes
Red: 45 minutes
Green: 45 minutes
Blue: 45 minutes


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Very nice work!
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Beautiful, absolutely beautiful.
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Very nice. To me this is a great image. But I would like to see (eventually) the stages over, say, three nights as you build up to what you consider to be a complete image.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Colorado CJ Quote
Sunday night I shot the Iris nebula. I only shot a total of 3 hours, but like always, I get the itch to process what I shoot each night. That is one thing I need to work on, shooting a subject for at least 10 hours before processing the image. The closest I got so far is 4.5 hours or so .

Anyway, this is what I got so far with the Iris Nebula.

Skywatcher MN190 Mak Newt
ZWO ASI 183MM Pro Imaging Camera
Astrodon LRGB Filters
EQ6-R Pro Equatorial Mount
ZWO ASI120MC-S Guide Camera
ZWO ASIAIR

Luminance: 45 minutes
Red: 45 minutes
Green: 45 minutes
Blue: 45 minutes
Another brilliant astro-image. Fantastic!
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This is fascinating. I'll have to do some homework on how you've pulled this off! Thanks for adding a few extra notes on the process.
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