Polaris Flare

Posted by Diptiman Nandy
on Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Details: The Polaris Flare is a filamentous gas cloud in the Milky Way which is seen in the sky in the region of the constellation Ursa Minor and around the star Polaris. The area in the sky is estimated at 50 square degrees. The range is approximately 500 light-years.

Exif : L - 12 x 300 seconds & 21 x 600 seconds , R - 8 x 300 seconds & 18 x 600 seconds , G - 8 x 300 seconds & 23 x 600 seconds , B - 8 x 300 seconds & 18 x 600 seconds

Equipment: FLI PL16083 camera, Takahashi FSQ-106EDX4 telescope, Paramount MX+ mount

Filters: Astrodon LRGB 2GEN

Softwares used: Deep Sky Stacker, PixInsight, Photoshop

Location : IC Astronomy. Oria, Almería, Spain

Date and Time: Multiple nights from 01.06.2021 to 07.07.2021, 20:35 pm

Image acquired via Telescope Live

Author: Diptiman Nandy
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