The Flaming Star Nebula (IC405)
Size: about 30' x 50'
Distance: 1500 light years
RA: 05h 16m 29s
Dec: 34 degrees 21' 21"
The Flaming Star Nebula is a mixed
emission and reflection region in the constellation Auriga.
This area is rich
in detail, which is especially
prominent when imaging in Ha light. Please click here
for more information about this interesting nebula.
Date: November 19, 2005.
FS-102 at f6 with TOA-130 focal reducer, on the G11 Losmandy
Autoguider: SBIG STV with
Camera: Maxcam CM10.
6nm Ha filter.
x 10' unbinned, total exposure
Conditions: Temperature 38 degrees F, average
transparency, poor seeing, calm, partly cloudy.
debloomed using Ron Wodaski's Debloomer, and then calibrated and
aligned in Maxim. Combined using Maxim Sigma
Clip algorithm, followed
in ImagesPlus (IP). Further processing in Photoshop CS (16
note: Graphics on this website
may not be reproduced without author permission.
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