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NGC6818 Planetary Nebula

Started by RolandC, 09/14/2004 03:19PM
Posted 09/14/2004 03:19PM Opening Post
Hi all,

Here is another electric blue planetary, sometimes called the Little Gem planetary. I caught it late at night as it was sinking toward the south western horizon.

AP 10" Mak-Cass @ F22, ST10XE, CFW
Luminance exposure 50 min total @1x1
RGB exposures 20 min total @2x2 bin

Roland Christen

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Posted 09/14/2004 03:36PM #1
hi,

Wow...fantastic inner detail. Yes it does look electric and vey high voltage at that.

clear skies,

Larry Citro
Posted 09/14/2004 05:52PM #2
Outstanding sharp photo,congrads,great color.
Posted 09/14/2004 07:36PM #3
Roland,

Another beautiful image! Thank you for sharing. Keep them coming!!!

Tom Davis

Starsearch Observatory
Lat 42N 47' 00" Long 112W 10' 47"
Elev 1752m
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Posted 09/15/2004 12:13AM #4
Roland,

A very impressive image of the planetary NGC6818. This planetary, located in Sagittarius, shows complex detail. I wonder if the red streaks represent jets emanating from the central star? Thank you for sharing this image with us all.

Carlos
Posted 09/15/2004 07:27AM #5
BEAUTIFUL!


Ivan
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Ivan's Observatory
Lat 26N 16' 48" Long 80W 10' 48"
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