NGC7023 Iris Nebula - This Is My Cleanest Image So Far!

Spent 3 Nights Imaging on NGC 7023 the Iris Nebula. A reflection nebula located 1,300 light years away in the constellation Cepheus.


Captured with the RASA 11, ASI2600MC-P camera, UV-IR cut filter and CGX-L mount.


Total integration time was 9 hours 45minutes.


If you would like to have a go at processing this data yourself, I have made all the raw data available as well as the pre-stacked image (if you don't fancy downloading all the raw!). The data can be found at the following location:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1U-RG9NLNhAYxzuYlDym8upvt8XXW_y7


The raw data is in all the zip files (lights and flats for each of the 3 nights) and the pre-stacked image is the Stacked_Raw.fits file and the associated html file contains the details of the stack.




Until the next time,

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