The Wall in NGC 7000

Posted by BobGillette
on Wednesday, October 21, 2009

by Bob Gillette


The Wall is a dense, meandering feature of the North America Nebula, NGC 7000. Imaged 1 and 15 Agusut 2009 with an ASA 12-inch f/3.6 astrograph and a StarlightXpress H9C camera, on an AP900 mount.  Guided with Starfish on a Hutehc 60mm guidescope. Acquired in MaxIm 4.62. Processing by Bob Gillette and Frank Tomaszewski in Photoshop. Exposure: 2 hours from central New Hampshire.

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