Every summer I try to catch one of the numerous dark nebulae in the area of the constellation Auqila. I am simply fascinated by these “black holes” in the sky.
This year I chose LDN 704 and exposed it for 15 hours. In addition to the main object, there are also small open star clusters and a few nebulae in the wide field.
I took the picture in July 2021 in my remote observatory near ROSA, 1x with the 250 mm Lacerta Newton and 1x with the TAK Epsilon 130ED.
Controlled via Voyager Array, runs perfectly!
250 mm f/4 Newtonian, SX Trius 694, 15 h LRGB:
LDN 704 full resolution & more info
TAK Epsilon 130ED, Moravian G2-8300, 17 h LRGB:
LDN 704 wide field full resolution & more info
All the best,