I decided to devote the night to shooting hydrogen nebulae. The choice was between North America with the Pelican, the Veil nebula and the NGC 6888. While aiming at the lens, I immediately tatted at a familiar arrow from the stars – which means we will shoot North America. However, even with the guidance of the stars turned out to be drawn. I reconfigured the polar axis, slightly rebalanced the equipment – it seemed to go well. Of 130 frames, only 3 or 4 turned out to be defective, the rest – clearly 🙂 In total, I spent about an hour with the equipment. The result pleased.
-Samyang 135mm f/2.0 ED UMC Canon EF lens
-Optolong H-alpha 12 nm filter
-QHY5III178 mono camera
-guider Deepsky 50/190 + ZWO 290 MC guider
-mount Sky-Watcher Adventurer.
126 frames per 60s.
Calibration and stacking at Autostakkert, background flatten at Fitswork.
At scale 100%.
Location: Russia, Anapa, backyard.