Bach Zoltán

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In the sky

Coordinates: RA: 20h 16m, D: +42° 15'

Technical data


200/1000, Newton, Carbon strograph,ASA 0.73 Reducer, EffectiveFocus 730mm F / 3.6


Atik ONE 6


SkyWatcher EQ6 GoTo


Lacerta Mgen


Ha:66x600sec, OIII:25x600sec, SII:36x600 RGB:30x300sec

Location, date:

Vecsés, Ágasvár 2019.05.26-2019.06.28


Maxim DL, Registar, Photoshop CS6


In this photo, I wanted to capture a slightly neglected part of a densely photographed area. The well known IC1318 (Sadr region) subregion is IC1318a and 1318b. My photo now shows the IC1318a nebula, which, like the Sadr region, lurks in ionized hydrogen and molecular dusts. I used a so-called bicolor technique to capture the image using narrow-band shots. Although the photo shows a little less than half a degree due to the narrow field of view of the binoculars, it's really worth checking out how wide this region is for wide angle shots.