Veil nebula NGC 6960 in the constellation of the swan

shot taken from the automatic observatory of Monte Baldo, fully automated with voyager. 11 hours of light shot in three evenings.


This is really beutiful, could you share which optics did you use? Very sexy star profiles :slight_smile:

thanks Jose, the photo was made with a Tecnosky 130/910 refractor and an ASI 1600MM pro

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Very nice, Andrea! This is LRGB? I really like the natural look of the image.


thank you so much Glenn, it’s an RGB image, about 3.5 hours per channel in BIN1

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