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OBJECT

Area "South" of North America Nebula (NGC 7000)  (image is reduced-size | other sizes:  medium ,,original)

Distance to NGC 7000:  1,800 light years

Telescope Takahashi FS-60C @ f/6.2
Mount Takahashi EM200 Temma II
Camera QSI 540wsg @ -15C
Filters Astrodon Ha (3nm), Astrodon Tru-Balance I-Series LRGB Gen 2
Guider SX Lodestar
Settings 9x20min Ha, 4x5min L (bin1x1); 4x5min ea RGB (bin2x2); AstroArt5, CS4 (slightly cropped, 10xdarks/flats/fdarks/bias)
Date/Location

Notes
22 October 2017 - Las Cruces, NM

This image is LHaRGB, where Ha was used in combination with Luminance and Ha:R (80:20) was used for the Red channel. I imaged this less common area to cover some of the dark nebula areas south of NGC 7000. I have already imaged 3 other panels adjacent to this image (CLICK any here to see: above - aka, NGC 7000, above right - aka, Pelican Nebula, and right - aka IC 5068). I used the H-alpha data collected here to create a 4-panel mosaic in H-alpha only (and will feature that separately).

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