A new image has been uploaded: The Bubble nebula, NGC 7635

Hi all,

A new image has been uploaded! This time it is the Bubble Nebula, NGC 7635, taken with the Schulman Telescope (a wonderful 32 inch, located in Mount Lemmon, AZ) during a Beta Test trial. As, due to the weather, the Blue images could not be taken, this image has used the frames taken in OIII with a 17 inch telescope located in New Mexico. Strange as it may sound, it seems to have worked, and the bluish tinted sectors of the nebulas appear quite naturally…

You can find it (as well as some more information about the blending process) at:

https://astrodrudis.com/ngc-7635-the-bubble-nebula/

Enjoy!

Josep

 

2 thoughts

  1. Unbelievable transparency in a three-dimensional object. JustĂ­

    Enviat des del meu iPhone

    El 16 gen 2017, a les 21:53, AstroDrudis.com <comment-reply@wordpress.com> va escriure: jdrudis0903 posted: “Hi all, A new image has been uploaded! This time it is the Bubble Nebula, NGC 7635, taken with the Schulman Telescope (a wonderful 32 inch, located in Mount Lemmon, AZ) during a Beta Test trial. As, due to the weather, the Blue images could not be taken,”

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