Ngc7380 & Sh2-142: the Wizard Nebula in H-alpha

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Danilo Pivato
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Ngc7380 & Sh2-142: the Wizard Nebula in H-alpha

Post by Danilo Pivato »

Hi all,

I have tried NGC7380 & Sh2-142 from my Balcony Observatory in Rome.
Telephoto Lens Nikkor 300mm f/2,8 @ f/4 for 5 x 1800 seconds in H-alpha.

Standard image:

http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_coe ... 0mm_ha.htm

Map:
http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_coe ... ha_map.htm

Regards,

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Amazing image !
It looks like a stormy sea doesn't it ?

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That's a cracking shot, Danilo. So clear and deep with loads of fine detail.
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Post by Danilo Pivato »

Thank you!

Danilo Pivato
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