A Crystal Ball in Taurus

Posted by talbotj
on Monday, December 28, 2020
An image of Planetary Nebula NGC 1514, also known as the Crystal Ball nebula in Taurus. NGC 1514 is about 2.3 X 2 arc min in size and glows in blue/green due to a high concentration of doubly ionized oxygen. The image is just a small crop of the image frame highlighting the object. Stellarvue SVX 152T, ZWO ASI 6200, Paramount MyT. 20.5hrs of exposure time through LRGB, 5nm Ha and OIII filters.
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