North America and Penguin Nebulae Drizzle Stacked

A new render of the North America (NGC7000) and Penguin Nebulae (IC5070) in a HOO palette from a dual bandpass narrowband filter. Taken last fall with Cygnus high in the late-summer sky from Joppa, Texas, taken 2021-09-05 06:30 UT. These nebulae are rich in Hydrogen alpha and Oxygen III emissions. Oxygen III is naturally blueish green in color and Hydrogen alpha red. In this rendering I've recropped the image, and used the latest StarNet 2 star extraction, as well as drizzle stacking.

WO RedCat 250/51mm telescope, Optolong L-eNhance NB Filter, ZWO ASI533 MC Pro cooled camera at -5C, SW AZ-EQ5 Pro mount, ZWO ASIAIR controller. About 2 hours of exposure with 42 3min images stacked . Processed in a HOO palate in PixInsight, StarNet2, Topaz DeNoise AI, and Photoshop.

Content created: 2022-06-22

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