Attached is a recently processed image of WR134, a Wolf-Rayet star in Cygnus that due to radiation and stellar winds has a bubble of material around it. In this case, I’m showing it in OIII light. The area is also full of Ha emission. The image is a HOO composite with RGB stars. It consists of a bit over 3hrs through each RGB filter, 16hrs+ in Ha and 20hrs+ in OIII. I used my 152mm refractor and ZWO ASI 6200 camera. The image was taken from 20 July-14 Aug 21. You can see a full res image at my weblink here:
Really great image, thanks for sharing
All the best
Thanks much Leo. Voyager has really helped me gather a lot of data this summer in between clouds and rain. Even if it only clears for a few hours during the night I always am able to gather some data.
Congrats on the IOTD!
Thank to you for using Voyager … and congratulations for the IOTD. Shared on Voyager FB page.
Wow, I saw it in Astrobin, lovely image!