Ghost of Cassiopeia | Carlos David

Photographer
Carlos David
Email
carlosdavid1@me.com
Location of photo
Sudbury, Ma
Date/Time of photo
10-7-2011
Equipment
Astrotech 111 Refractor Televue 0.8X Reducer/Flattener Canon EOS 1000D (Astromodified) Astronomik EOS-Clip 12nm Ha Filter Astrophysics Mach1 GTO Guided with Stellarvie 60mm Finderscope and Meade DSI using PHD
Description
The image depicts a Hydrogen alpha exposure of IC 63 and IC 59 in Cassiopeia, these nebulae are emitting strongly due to the extremely radiante star gamma Cassiopeia (Navi).
Website
http://web.me.com/carlosdavid1/ThroughSpaceAndTime/IC_63_and_IC59_Gamma_Cassiopeia.html
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