Objects

IC 405

IC 405 (also known as the Flaming Star Nebula, SH 2-229, or Caldwell 31) is an emission and reflection nebula[1] in the constellation Auriga, surrounding the bluish star AE Aurigae. It shines at magnitude +6.0. The nebula is shot in narrow-band and processed in the SHO palette.

SII = 15 * 1800 sec. bin1, Ha = 13 * 1800 sec. bin1, OIII = 21 * 1800 sec. bin1

Total 24.5 hours.

Processing - Pixinsight 1.8, the final processing in Photoshop.

November-December 2019, January-March 2020

IC 405

M86 - M84

M86 and M84 are elliptical galaxies in the constellation Virgo. They were discovered by Charles Messier in 1781.
Also in this image we see a scattering of other galaxies (starting from the top and clockwise) - NGC4425, 4438, 4435, 4402, 4387, 4388 and 4413.

L = 26 * 900 sec. bin1, RGB = 13 * 900 sec. bin2, Ha = 18 * 1800 sec. bin1

Total - 25.25 hours.

Processing - Pixinsight 1.8, the final refinement in Photoshop.

February-May 2020

M86 - M84

NGC 6210

NGC 6210 (another designation - PK 43 + 37.1) is a planetary nebula in the constellation Hercules. The object is located at a distance of 7450 light years from the solar system. The apparent magnitude is 8.8. The aApparent size of the object is 0.35 '.

L = 28 * 600 sec. bin1, RGB = 15 * 900 sec. bin2, Ha = 41 * 900 sec. bin1, OIII = 20 * 600 sec., 33 * 900 sec., bin1

Total - 37.75 hours.

Processing - Pixinsight 1.8, the final processing in Photoshop.

April-May 2019, March-May 2020

NGC 6210