The Rosette Nebula (NGC 2237-9/44) In Hubble palette

Posted by Liors
on Saturday, April 4, 2015

NGC- 2237-9 also known as the Rosette nebula and NGC- 2244 also known as the Satellite cluster lie at the constellation Monoceros.
Image captured by Lior Spiegel from home front yard Israel between January 21,2015 – Mars 20,2015, a total of 8 imaging sessions.
This crop image is a total of 16.5 hours integration time. This Hubble Palette image combines data with HA (green), OIII (blue), SII (red), narrow band filters, using Canon 450D Monochromatic DSLR / TMB130ss Apo refractor.
Processing this image was a collaboration with Astrophotographer Terry Hancock.
unique about this image: First Hubble Palette made using Monochromatic DSLR camera from Israel.

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