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IC 405 / Flaming Star Nebula - 12th Jan 2016

By chedd  
The beautiful Flaming Star nebula located in the constellation of Auriga. This is just over an hour and a half exposure time taken with an old Canon 350D and Willams Optics GT81 telescope.
Thanks for looking.

Tags: Astrophotography Wildlife and nature IC 405 Flaming Star Nebula

Voters: viscostatic, Nobbythenobster2, PhilT2 and 13 more

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viscostatic 13 45 5 United Kingdom
19 Jan 2016 1:46PM
Amazing.

Phil.

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chedd 8 1 United Kingdom
19 Jan 2016 1:49PM
Thank you very much Grin
19 Jan 2016 2:01PM
Amazing, Fabulous. I am trying astrophotography myself but find it difficult to see what I'm doing in the dark. Any tips?

Assume you also used tracking gear for this one. Did you use any filters?
chedd 8 1 United Kingdom
19 Jan 2016 5:54PM
Hi SkySkape, good luck with it all Wink

Thank you for the positive comments. My Canon 350D has had it's IR filter removed which helps with emission / reflection nebula but apart from that everything is standard. As for seeing in the dark......I use a head torch with a red candy wrapper over it.

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