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Saturday, October 22

NGC 1848

For the first time in about 6 months I managed to grab a few hours outside with the stars last week. Although I was eventually clouded off I did manage to get 1.5 hours of NGC1848, sometimes called the "soul nebula" as it resembles a foetus in long exposures. (mine doesn't do it justice unfortunately)


NGC1848, Cassiopeia
SN-190mm f/5 with EOS300D
11 x 8 mins @ iso800
Processed with ImagesPlus and Photoshop

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