Sh 2-86 in HST palette

Posted by GordonH
on Monday, August 25, 2014

Hi
This is another of the seldomly imaged Sharpless objects, this is in the constellation Vulpecula. It was taken with the Televue NP127/FLI astrograph that I'm testing. Exposures are 19x10 minutes Ha, 20x10 minutes OIII and 12x10 minutes SII. There is very little OIII and SII tends to meld into the Ha
the full size version can be seen at the following link

http://m6.i.pbase.com/o9/29/869929/1/156982096.s0k8evPA.Sh286HSTfinal.jpg

Thanks for looking
Best wishes
Gordon

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