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Astrogenesis in Sagittarius (Ngc 6559 Area)

NGC 6559 is part of a beautiful collection of emission nebula and reflection nebula in the constellation of Sagittarius.  NGC 6559, IC 1274-4685,B103-91 is located just one degree east of M8 (the Lagoon Nebula) and is probably part of the same large nebulous complex and star forming region NGC 6559 is the brightest patch of emission nebulosity.

Location / Exposure Date

Mt Parnon, August 2013

Telescope

TS 130/780 Triplet APO f6

Mound

Ioptron IEQ45 EQ Mount

Camera

QHY9 CCD, Temp -25 C

Guiding

60/230mm Lunatico's Guidescope , QHY5L II, PHD Guide

Filters / sub exposures

L 28x300 sec bin 1x, RGB  9x300 bin 1x

Total Exposure time

4,5 ~ hours in 2 nights

Software

Nebulosity 3, Deep Sky Stacker, Maxim DL, Pixinshight, Photoshop CS6.

 

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