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 M16 - The Eagle Nebula
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Pablo Rosell
 Thursday, May 31 2012 @ 04:00 am EDT (Read 1468 times)  
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Hi guys,
Here's a first try for the Eagle Nebula. I was able to capture 8 15 min frames with the Ha filter and 6 10 min fames with O-III binned 2x2. The color composite is RsGB = Ha(Ha-OIII)OIII, and luminosity is Ha with OIII as a lighten layer. I hope to get some SII frames whenever the weather cooperates. Smile



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 Thursday, May 31 2012 @ 04:21 pm EDT  
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Very nice..........................


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 Wednesday, June 06 2012 @ 06:55 pm EDT  
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Dang, and I thought I had a good shot of the Eagle. I like the soft color palette, What focal length did you use?


 
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 Friday, June 08 2012 @ 10:33 am EDT  
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Thanks guys.
It was taken with the WO-ZS66, which has 388mm focal length.


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