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M1 Crab Nebula

 
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Jan 30, 2011 13:20 |  #1

Repeat post as the other one has failed, mods have kindly deleted it now for me.

M1 Crab Nebula through my MN190 astrograph.

About 3 hours in 50% seeing.

Has 3 hours LRGB and Ha added to the final image, shot through a QHY9 CCD on the Astrograph, Skywatcher Mak-Newt F5.3 FL1000mm


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Jan 30, 2011 14:45 |  #2

amazin!


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Jan 30, 2011 16:57 |  #3

very nice


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Jan 30, 2011 21:04 as a reply to  @ ady.space's post |  #4

Fantastic results Cat! I'd like to know a little more detail about your mix of the LRGB and Ha for future reference.

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Jan 30, 2011 22:07 |  #5

Looks good Cat but needs more data i think .




  
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Jan 31, 2011 01:50 |  #6

I like it very much! Do you live in a non light polluting area?


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Feb 01, 2011 13:27 |  #7

Very 3 dimensional...like it a lot. Didn't know anything about M1 until I got into astronomy a few years ago, and I think it's my favourite. I just love to wonder how amazing it looked in 1054, and how it's changed over the centuries. I keep looking north of it, to Betelgeuse, and hoping that'll go in my lifetime...


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Feb 01, 2011 16:11 |  #8

I'm the same Adrena1in. M1 not only looks good, it's got history.
It's now about 12 light years across. That's nearly 3 times the distance from here to Alpha Centauri and it's only taken 1000 years to do it. The background (non-red) color is caused by electrons being bent by the magnetic field from the remnants of the supernova (now a pulsar) and that pulsar is only about the size of Honolulu. That's rather mind-blowing IMHO.

I was trying to decide if I'd go after M1 or the Horsehead for my next target. If that's 3 hours and you're a stop faster than me, this one might have to wait for next year.
That's a very nice image Cat. I like that you haven't cropped it, which also adds to the depth.

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Feb 05, 2011 01:45 |  #9

Very nice.


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