NGC7497 + MBM 50 (Integrated Flux Nebula)

Photographer
alibperez@gmail.com
Email
alibperez@gmail.com
Location of photo
Navas de Estena for luminance and Las Inviernas for RGB
Date/Time of photo
07/11/2015 for luminance and 14/11/2015 for RGB
Equipment
TS 115 Triplet APO Refractor, NEQ6 Pro II tuning belts, IDAS LPS, Atik460ex Mono and Baader LRGB Filters
Description
NGC 7497 is a spiral galaxy, type SBc, in the constellation Pegasus. At a distance of about 59 million light-years, the galaxy is viewed through the Integrated Flux Nebula (IFN). The residual light of our galaxy illuminates this faint nebula.
Website
https://www.facebook.com/AIP.Astrophotography/
CATEGORIES
Astronomy Pictures: Sky & Telescope's Online Gallery, Nebula & Galaxy Pictures
Álvaro Ibáñez Pérez

About alibperez@gmail.com

My name is Álvaro Ibáñez Pérez. I’m a Spanish astrophotographer, from Madrid. In 2012 I bought my first telescope (70/700 achromatic refractor) and my first Canon DSLR camera and I started taking pictures of the sky, something I’ve been doing ever since. Currently, I have a Takahashi FSQ106EDX telescope, a Takahashi EM400 mount and a monochromatic Atik 16200 CCD camera. I constantly avoid the light pollution from my city, Madrid, so I usually travel more than 200km away from home to capture quality photographs.
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