So with so few nights in the last few months its been desperation time to get out 🙂 The last time out decided to hit the witch head nebulae. This is a diffuse region to the west of Rigel . Also known as NGC 1909 this is a reasonable size and a DSLR is likely the best option to catch it. Also the image which was a series of 3 min exposures will need more data likely step up to 5 mins and maybe increase ISO this was shot at ISO 800…..
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