M27. The Dumbbell Nebula
Planetary nebula in Vulpecula.

This was the first planetary nebula discovered. It is composed by the material ejected by a central star quite bright.
Distance to earth: 1,250 light years
Visual Magnitude: 7.4
More information:
Messier index. M27


HL HR OG OB


Date and location
12-oct-2006. Caraquiz, Madrid
Telescopie 8" Meade LX200GPS, f=2000mm. Autoguide with Megrez II 80ED, Toucam SC3 and guidedog
Camera Artemis 285. Focal reducer  0,7. IDAS LPR Hutech filter
Image processing
H: 8x600s, O: 7x600s, L: 15x300s, RGB: 5x300s stacked  with AIP4WIN. HLRGB and process with Pixinsight

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Date and location
12-oct-2006. Caraquiz, Madrid
Telescopie 8" Meade LX200GPS, f=2000mm. Autoguide with Megrez II 80ED, Toucam SC3 and guidedog
Camera Artemis 285. Focal reducer  0,7. IDAS LPR Hutech filter
Image processing
H: 8x600s, O: 7x600s, stacked  with AIP4WIN. HLRGB and process with Pixinsight





Date and location
4-jun-2005. Caraquiz, Madrid, Spain
Telescopie 8" Meade LX200GPS, f=2000mm. Equatorial. Autoguide with Toucam and guidedog
Camera Artemis 285. Focal reducer  0,7. IDAS LPR Hutech filter
Image processing
L: 8x300s. RGB: 2x300s stacked and RGB with AIP4WIN. LRGB and final process with  Adobe Photoshop.

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