Date Taken: 12/28/2013 Photographer:
Roger Sanchez Location: El Salvador
Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain 6" Telescope
Orion Sirius EQ-G Computerized GoTo Telescope Mount
CANON EOS T1i camera Processing: Nebulosity Exposure: 3x300 sec Other Equipment Used: Orion Magnificent Mini Deluxe AutoGuider Package Item # 24437 Notes: ORION NEBULA M-42 AND RUNNING MAN NGC 1977, photo taken in El Salvador at 2150hrs of December 28, 2013. With a Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope 6 ", in an Orion Sirius mount with a CANON EOS T1i camera, 3 exposures 300 seconds, ISO 800, for a total of 15 minutes, with a Celestron reducing f / 6.3, at Prime Focus, Filter pollution Astronomik CLS, a Orion Deluxe mini 50 mm guide telescope with Orion StarShoot Camera. Stacked and processed with Nebulosity.
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