char32geek\Images\NGC 6960

This is part of an awesome area of the sky known as the Cygnus Loop, a large supernova remnant. When I first got my SkyGuider Pro mount, I wanted to see if I could image things with my cheap AstroMaster 80AZS telescope. It's a short refractor with a lot of chromatic aberration and field curvature. This actually is the first nebula I've ever properly (I use that term loosely) imaged. I will probably try to image the entire Cygnus Loop with my 85mm lens in the near future.

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Veil Nebula

Taken with my Rebel T7i with an Astromaster 80AZS on a SkyGuider Pro mount

Veil Nebula

Revised image of the above data

After revising this image, and noticing the framing I had on this 400mm focal length scope, I was inspired to get the same field of view with my 360mm focal length wide field scope. The camera sensor is smaller, but I am also not as zoomed in, so to speak.

Veil Nebula

Taken with my ASI 183MC Pro, WO z61, and GEM28 mount


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