Thanks to a stretch of nice weather in November, I was able to get some good narrowband data on IC 1805, the Heart Nebula, in Cassiopeia. Multiple nightly sessions were managed to perfection with Voyager. This project was done at my home near Los Angeles, California.
The equipment used for this shot was my Stellarvue SV102T refractor with field flattener, ZWO ASI294MM Pro mono camera, Astrodon filters, and Astro-Physics Mach1GTO mount. I got about 45 hours of narrowband data and about 4 hours of RGB, which I used for star replacement only.
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