Just a quick test…on M27, another Dying Star blowing off its outer atmosphere. The Dumbbell Nebula (also known as the Apple Core Nebula, Messier 27, or NGC 6853) is a planetary nebula (Notice the White Dwarf star at center) in the constellation Vulpecula, at a distance of about 1360 light-years.
Captured with a C-11 at F10, Bisque MyT Mount, and ZWO 294MC Pro (OSC) cooled Cmos Camera, “Lucky Imaging” Method,
L-Enhance Filter, 60 x 30 sec Subs, 30 minutes total integration time from my backyard in the city of Dayton (Bortle 8 skies).
Captured via ASI Air WiFi App to capture on my IPAD, Calibrated & stacked raw in Deep Sky Stacker,
and Processed in Pixinsight, Adobe Raw CS 2022.
I was surprised it even came out okay, Since I was actually shooting through a lot of High Cirrus Clouds, we had rain all week, It was supposed to be clear last Friday night,
but I ended up with thin High Cirrus most of the night. So i got rid of most of the real badly fogged frames,
and ended up keeping 30 minutes worth of data.
Best Regards,
John Chumack