06  January  2018
 
  IC 1795
    


  By    Jens Zippel
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Object Name: IC 1795
Date of exposures: 11.11.2016, 13.11.2016
Distance: ca. 7.000 Lightyears
Exposures: Ha: 23 x 1200 Sec., [O III]: 13 x 1200 Sec., [SII]: 9 x 1200 Sec., RGB: 36 x 300 Sec., Sum: 18,0 hrs.
Telescope: 10'', F4 Newton
Focal length: 1000 mm
Camera: Atik 460Exm
Guiding: MGEN
Mount: EQ8


IC1795 is a star forming region located in the constellation Cassiopeia.
The UV from nearby energetic stars make the gases glow in this five filter image. In the bicolor image 100% of RGB star colors where integrated plus
30% of the pure RGB nebula colors, to get a more natural colored look.
 The nebula is part of a much larger region IC 1805, called the Heart nebula complex.


 
  
 

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