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Old 02-05-2021, 05:15 PM
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Planetary nebula Abell 31

Just for a bit of fun I reprocessed some old data on Abell 31 (aka SH2-290, PK219+31.1), a faint planetary nebula in Cancer, for a much better result. Although the nebula is large (around 18' diameter), it is very faint.
The link is here https://www.astrobin.com/33680/B/

Date: February 2013
Telescope: 110mm William Optics refractor
Camera: QSI 540wsg
Mount: AP900
Processing: PixInsight.
FOV: about 60' x 60'
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Just had a look Geoff and well done.

I can only guess if you doubled or tripled the integration time it would resolve a lot more detail.

Good effort
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Thanks Peter.
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Top shot. Nice colors.
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A charming PN Geoff. Would that be intergalactic dust surrounding the PN across the field in the image?
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Would that be intergalactic dust surrounding the PN across the field in the image?
Thanks Rodney.
Itís possible, but I am not sure.
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