The Veil Nebula using spectral mapping

Posted by talbotj
on Monday, October 19, 2015

Jon Talbot
This image of the Veil Nebula is a 6 deg x 4 deg mosaic of the Veil nebula taken over 24 nights between 22 Aug and 10 Oct 15. It's comprised of a 4 panel LRGB mosaic taken with a Stellarvue SVS 130 6 element f5 refractor using a SBIG STL 11K camera and a 6 panel narrow band mosaic taken with the SVS 130 and QSI 583 camera using 3nm Astrodon filters. The image mosaic was built in PixInsight 1.8 and the narrow band data added to the broadband data using spectral mapping in PS. Its comprised of 75.5hrs of data for all the panels.
Taken from Ocean Springs MS.

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