I finally had some clear nights and I’ve been able to use my observatory to capture data on several objects. In this first image I will revisit the Veil Nebula, Caldwell 33, and specifically the Eastern Vail Nebula. The first time I captured this was last season, one month into this hobby and then with my Canon 60D DSLR. I’m really blown away with the progress I have made during this first year and with this ASI294MM Pro mono camera.
Data for this image: 20x300s Ha, 20x300s O-III
Total number of exposures adds up to 40 with a total integration time of 3,3 hours
Processing: PixInsight with HOO palette with HA stars