LIke a blooming flower in space, a recent image of Heckathorn-Fesen-Gull 1 taken from my home observatory during August through October this year. RGB Ha and OIII exposures for a total of 42hrs exposure time using a SVX 152T refractor @ f8 and ASI 6200.
Wonderful Jonathan … this is really a great shot !
All the best
A lovely image. One of those targets I never see too. I never gets above my horizon let alone high enough to image!
You must be quite a ways south with its own suite of awesome targets.
Thanks much Leo for your comments.
Yes, I am at about 37 degrees south. I keep seeing beautiful northern objects that I would like to image but never see, but we do have some really beautiful objects down here to make up for it. Around the Large Magellanic Cloud there is literally a swarm of small scale objects, and the Vela Supernova Remnant is simply massive! The attached image shows the Vela SNR with my approx 2.5 X 1.5 degree field of view set off to the side for reference.