Latest blog entry:
NGC 7822 is a young star forming complex in the constellation of Cepheus. The Object is a composite of the deep red H-alpha line and the O3 line. RGB pictures were taken to keep the natural looking of the stars.
Exposure times: RGB 16x30sec each, O3 21x2min, Ha 21x2min,total: 108 min only.
Kit: Takahashi FSQ106, Astrodon 3nm filters, QHY268M, 10Micron GM1000
This crop of the center shows similarities to the "Pillars of Creation" in Messier 16 which became famous when they got imaged by Hubble