The Nebulae of Auriga

Auriga Nebulae Ha48 Scaled.jpg

The above image is comprised of 48thirty minute exposures and is shot through a Hydrogen Alpha filter using an FLI ML16803 CCD camera and a Takahashi FSQ 106 ED telescope at prime focus. Included in this image is IC 410 at bottom, IC 417 at mid left and IC 405 at mid right. They are known as the tadpoles, the spider and the fly, and the flame nebulae, respectively. All are located in the constellation Auriga. The result of adding 16 hours SII and 20 hours OIII in a modified hubble palette below.

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H H Bower 2011-2016