The "Cygnus Wall"
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This portion of the North American Nebula (NGC7000) is often called the "Cygnus Wall." Lying in the constellation Cygnus the Swan, this is my first image with a new monochrome astronomy camera and narrowband filters, and is presented in a modified Hubble palette.
| ||Optics:||Stellarvue SVR102T w/ field flattener|| |
|Camera:||ZWO ASI 1600MM cooled CMOS camera|| |
|Exposure info:||12 x 600 sec H-alpha, 11 x 600 sec OIII, 11 x 600 sec SII|| |
|Filters used:||Astrodon H-alpha, OIII and SII (5, 3 & 5 nm) and Red Continuum|| |
|date:||October 2016|| |