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Sh2-36


Gregg Ruppel <ruppelgl@...>
 

Hi all:

Sh2-36 is one of the Sharpless objects that does not appear to be an emission nebula, but rather a poorly illuminated dusty area in Serpens:


The inverted luminance view shows the detail a lot better:

LRGB, about 12 hours total exposure, acquired with CCD Commander from Animas, NM

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Clear skies,
Gregg
 


Bernard Miller
 

Nice one Gregg. The luminance looks like the hand of God 😊

 

Bernard

 

 

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Hi all:

 

Sh2-36 is one of the Sharpless objects that does not appear to be an emission nebula, but rather a poorly illuminated dusty area in Serpens:

 

 

The inverted luminance view shows the detail a lot better:

 

LRGB, about 12 hours total exposure, acquired with CCD Commander from Animas, NM

--

Clear skies,

Gregg