IC 59 and 63 in Cassiopia

Posted by clusterman
on Thursday, October 31, 2013

IC 59 and 63 are two hydrogen clouds caused to glow from the intense radiation from the hot star Gamma
Cassiopiae at the right in the photo.

Orion 8 inch f3,9 newtonian, Atlas EQ-G mount
Exposure: 24 October, 2013 8 x 360 sec.
SBIG STF 8300C camera , Lumicon deep sky filter and Astrotech coma corrector.
Guiding: Orion 80mm short tube refractor and SSAG using PHD guiding software.
Aquired Fits images using CCDops.
Processed using deep sky stacker and photoshop CS-3.

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