Derby and District Astronomical Society
The Jellyfish Nebula
Supernova Remnant in Gemini
RA 06h 17m 13s Dec +22° 31m 05s
|The following image of IC 443 was created with data taken by Chris Callaway on the 11th and 24th March 2021 from Coalville. The image comprises 12 x 10 min subs of Ha and 10 x 10 min subs of Sii. The Ha was assigned to Red and the Sii to both the Green and Blue. Equipment was a Takahashi 106, the camera was an Atik 16200 with Atik filter wheel and filters, the mount was a Paramount MyT. The images were stacked in Astroart with further processing taking place in Photoshop. Image © Chris Callaway.|
|This image of the Jellyfish Nebula was taken on March 5th 2016 by Peter Branson and is made up from twelve 5 minute images. The nebula is about 5000 light years away and is the remnant of a supernova explosion. The photos were taken with an ATIK 314L+ colour CCD camera attached to a TS Photoline ED102 refractor telescope with field-flattener and Hutech IDAS light pollution filter attached. The telescope was guided using an Orion Mini auto-guider controlled by PHD software. The telescope arrangement was mounted on an HEQ5 mount. The images were taken as FITS files, converted, stacked and further processed with 'curves' and 'levels' in Nebulosity. Image © Peter Branson.|
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Please note that all images taken by members on this website are copyright of those individuals.
If you would like to use any of these images please contact the .