The journey took me to one of the most well-known remains of a supernova that is said to have occurred over 8000 years ago. Meet the Veil Nebula (or portions of it) in the constellation of Cygnus. This stunning filamentary nebula is the visible portion of the infamous Cygnus Loop. There are several components to the Loop, but captured in this image are the Western Veil Nebula (to the top), and Pickering’s Triangle (to the left). This capture truly motivates me to keep on looking up to experience the amazing universe!
Mount: Explore Scientific EXOS2GT mount
Camera: Altair Hypercam 183MC
Main Scope: Skywatcher ED72 APO + 0.8 reducer + flattener + Altair Quadband OSC filter
Guiding: Svbony 30mm f/4 + ASI120MC
Exif: 12 frames at 5 mins; Gain 3000; focal length 420mm
PixInsight, Photoshop, PHD2
Stunning indeed. This is one impressive shot! Definitely tuned in to see more of this beaut.
Thank you much. Stay tuned 😊