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Ghost & Iris Nebulae

The Iris Nebula or NGC 7023 at right area is a bright reflection nebula who illuminated by the star SAO 19158 in the center of nebula. In left area dominates the reflection nebula VDB 141 known as the Ghost Nebula. All these beautiful nebulae are in the constellation Cepheus at a distance about 1300 light years away.

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Location / Dates

Mt Grevena & Mt Parnon 1 August & 23-24 September 2011

Telescopes

TS APO 65Q - 65mm f/6,5, Takahashi FS 60 With FR

Mount

IOpron IEQ45

Camera

QHY9 Temp -25c

Guiding TS OAG QHY5,Finder 8x50

Filters / Exposures

L = 14x900 bin 2x (TS 65Q)+20x900 bin 1x (TAK FS60),  RGB = 6x300 bin 2x per eatch filter

Total Exposure Time

9 hours

Software

Nebulosity 2, Maxim DL, PixInsight, Photoshop CS5

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