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The Rosette Nebula

NGC 2237, HaRGB

March 3, 2016

Not very happy with this, but I’m in a bit of a rush to process to here it goes.

Object details: NGC 2237, otherwise known and the Rosette Nebula, is named for it’s resemblance to a rose. The open cluster NGC 2244 in it’s center has created a circular hole in the nebula. It is surrounded by Hydrogen Alpha dust (left corner, above the nebula).

Image details:
Ha – 4hrs, 300s, ISO 400
RGB – 3hrs, 180s, ISO 200
Total: 7hrs

Gear:
Canon 200mm F/2.8L
Canon T3i (Unmodified)
Astronomik 12nm Ha clip filter
Astronomik CLS CCD clip filter
iOptron ZEQ25gt
Orion SSAG
PS, DSS, Carboni’s Tools, Gradient Xterminator, PHD, PS

 

Thanks for looking!