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Object: Portion of the North Bear Nebula (or Fish-Head nebula the way I see it) IC1795
Date: October 12 and 16, 2003
Equipment: TEC140 at F/7, HX916 CCD, G11 mount, ST-4 autoguider
Exposure: RGB 3h : 30min :30min all binned 1x1 for a total of 4 hours of exposure
Processing: Photoshop, no flats or darks. R channel was used for luminance resulting in RRGB combine.
Comments: First light for the new TEC140. Conclusion? I love it!

The Moon was out for most of the exposure, but didn't seem to have a big effect on it.

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Copyright 2003 Paul Kanevsky