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LBN 534

19 Nov 2017, 14:58 UTC
LBN 534
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It’s been a while since I last visited this object, a dust cloud on the Andromeda / Cassiopeia border (http://blog.andrewluck.me.uk/?p=1058 & http://blog.andrewluck.me.uk/?p=948). This is the first time with a monochrome camera and RGB filters; previous attempts have been with the KAF8300 equipped QHY9C OSC camera.
The field with the G3-16200 is much larger and provides a better context for the object. Better data, and much improved processing skills have revealed a lot more of the surrounding faint clouds.
This is about 12 hours of RGB data acquired in 10 minute subframes. I’m not a fan of LRGB imaging and very rarely use luminance, preferring instead to spend longer capturing the colour data at bin 1×1. Processing is exclusively Pixinsight.

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