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Nicely done. These faint ones are hard to process. Nice catch on PK 118+2.1.
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Subject: [DarkSkyNewMexico] Sh2-170
The monsoons haven't been kind to us here in the desert SW (lots of night time clouds). I was able to get a little over 10 hours worth of data on Sh2-170, an emission nebula in Cassiopeia:
The open cluster Stock 18 makes up some of the stars within the borders of the nebula.
Image data here:
There is also a faint, irregular planetary nebula in the upper left corner of the FOV, PK 118+2.1:
(stretched and enlarged 1.3X)
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