The "Bubble" Nebula, NGC 7635 Optics:
Borg Astrograph 101ED at f/4.1 Mount:
Atlas EQG using The Sky6 and EQMOD Camera:
QSI 583WS Filters:
Astrodon Ha 3nm Exposure:
225 Mins, 3.75 hours [45 x 300s] Ha Accessories:
Auto guided with Borg 45ED and Orion Starshoot Auto guider using Maxim Guiding Location:
Calgary, AB Date:
September 6th & 7th Notes:
Processing: Image acquisition with Maxim DL Pro. . Image calibration, align, and combine in Maxim DL Pro. Levels, curves, crop and resize in Photoshop. Automation via MaxPiloteHigh Res Image: http://astromarina.zenfolio.com/img/s11/v35/p1108929832-6.jpg
Calibrated w/40 Darks, 140 Bias, 10 Flats using light box,
CCD temperature was -20C. Image was taken over multiple nights from my backyard in Calgary.
SH2-158 is the very bright nebula that is seen in the mid-lower left corner of the image. SH2-161 is the large portion in the middle and SH2-162 which is also known as the "Bubble Nebula" is in the upper left corner.