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Imaging Camera: QSI540wsg
Imaging Scope: Meade 10"LX200R at F/10
Mount: Meade LX200 Fork on Milburn Wedge
Guide Camera: SX Lodestar
Filters: Astrodon 5nm OIII, I-series gen II LRGB
Exposure: Six hours OIII(15 min subs,binned x 2)and three hours RGB (5 min subs binned x 2)for the nebula halo and background.
Two hours of 20-30sec LRGB and OIII subs were combined for the core of the nebula.
The halo was seen in the stretched blue stack and faintly in the green subs.
The OIII was incorporated into these channels in approximate proportions, attempting to maintain reasonable color integrity.

Processing: CCD Stack and PS CS2.
Date: 9/14/12 to 9/19/12
Location: My front driveway. Morristown, NJ

Published in March 2013 issue of Astronomy magazine, p.73
Published in November 2017 issue of Astronomy magazine, p.14
Published in October 2018 issue of Astronomy magazine, P. 68

Cosmic Clouds 3-D: Where Stars Are Born by David J. Eicher (Author), Brian May (Author), P. 127

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