H-alpha-regions in the Small Magellanic Cloud

Photographer
gerd.althoff@mail.de
Email
gerd.althoff@mail.de
Location of photo
Astrofarm Kiripotib - Namibia
Date/Time of photo
2013-09-02
Equipment
Officina Stellare Veloce RH200, QSI583wsg & Astronomik RGB- and 12nm H-alpha-filters
Description
Many amteurs think, the Small Magellanic Cloud is a bit boring. But change to H-alpha and you will see dozens of red glowing nebulae. Only about eight of them are enlisted in the NGC/IC catalogue. Mosaik of four pictures, total exposure was 8 hours and 20 minutes.
Website
http://www.astrodeepsky.com
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