I attempted this object last year using the Zenithstar 70mm and resolved to make another attempt with more exposure and a darker sky. This year I’ve assembled a lot more exposure time (8 hours in 10 minute sub-frames) over several evenings using the Baby-Q. The location is still my garden though so I didn’t manage to find darker skies.
This time I’ve managed to capture more colour in the stars. In addition to the main nebula there are also fainter dust clouds visible in the image this time.
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[…] been a while since I last visited this object, a dust cloud on the Andromeda / Cassiopeia border (http://littlebeck.org.uk/?p=1058 & http://littlebeck.org.uk/?p=948). This is the first time with a monochrome camera and RGB […]