The Rosette Nebula NGC2237

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At 420mm and the sensor on my ZWO ASI533MC Pro single shot camera this fills the screen. This is an un-cropped image

33 x 180 sec. exposures

Rosette Nebula 2.JPG
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Don’t sell yourself short! Plopping these into deep sky or whatever and letting them merge/stack is a walk away and go to bed situation...grabbing the shot is no easy matter!
Imaging can be a bit stressful, especially when guiding wants to act up, clouds move in as it did while I was imaging the Wizard Nebula last night. Later the clouds moved on and that's when I slewed the scope around to the Rosette and took these images.

I have a lot of data on the Horsehead and Flame nebula, but the left star in Orion's belt blows out every time. I'm sure there's a trick to it and just need to get the exposure right..

Thanks again

Mark
 

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