The Eskimo Nebula NGC 2392. April 3, 2019.

I recently purchased a 12 nm oxygen OIII CCD filter, so now I can fully do bicolor (h-alpha + OIII) shooting. The first object for such capturing was Eskimo, a bright planetary nebula in Gemini.

Туманность NGC 2392
The Eskimo Nebula NGC 2392. April 3, 2019.

Equipment:
-telescope Meade LX85 8″ f/5
-Baader MPCC
-filter Optolong H-alpha 12 nm (358 х 5с)
-filter OIII CCD 12 nm (588 х 2 с)
-camera QHY5III178m
Software: PIPP (calibration), Autostakkert (stacking).
Location: Russia, Anapa, backyard.
Scale 50%.
Full size – link.

Туманность NGC 2392
Cropped image

1 thought on “The Eskimo Nebula NGC 2392. April 3, 2019.”

  1. Telescope/Telescopes

    I have tried to improve telescopes and practiced continually to see with them. These instruments have play’d me so many tricks that I have at last found them out in many of their humours.

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