A Dusty Orion

Posted by Diptiman Nandy
on Thursday, March 24, 2022
Details: The image shows the Orion nebula also known as Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976, and its surrounding dust in a very wide field view. It's one of the brightest diffuse nebula and is visible to the naked sky. It's estimated to be 24 light-years across.

Exif: Ha - 48 x 60 seconds, OIII - 48 x 60 seconds , SII - 48 x 60 seconds , f/3.6 (with 0.73x focal reducer), 382 mm

Equipment: FLI PL16083, Takahashi FSQ-106ED, Paramount MX+ mount

Filters: Astrodon Ha (3nm), SII (3nm), OIII (3nm)

Softwares used: Deep Sky Stacker, Pixinsight, Photoshop

Location: Heaven's Mirror Observatory. Yass, NSW 2582, Australia

Date and Time: 2.9.2021 to 12.12.2021, 03.38 am

Image acquired via : Telescope Live

Author: Diptiman Nandy
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