With the lovely spell of clear nights I've been out getting some new shots and the first to be processed is of the Flaming Star Nebula in Auriga. It's a stunning object with deep red emmision and haunting blue reflection nebulae intermingled.
This is the second time I've shot this object, but the first time with this scope. I've done a very deep exposure totalling 3.5 hours colour and 1.5 hours hydrogen-alpha.
IC405 - Flaming Star Nebula
Mak-Newt 190mm f/5
Canon EOS300D modified
EQ6 Pro autoguided
43 x 5 minute exposures (colour) ISO800
9 x 10 minute exposures (hydrogen-alpha) ISO800