This week’s StellarShot comes from our friend down in Chile. This amazing image demonstrates just why the nebula is so named as it seems to crawl all over the frame. To Own the night, Jaime used his Stellarvue SVS130 refractor. We are proud to share his beautiful image with the Stellarvue family. Jaime has shared his images with us before and we hope he'll continue to share more.
The latest version of the SVS130 is now the SVSX130T which is identical to the original SVS130 but optics are now hand figured in our shop in Auburn to .98 Strehl or higher! These instruments are only available direct from Stellarvue. If you place an order now the telescope will be completed and ship in 30 - 60 days. For more information visit our SVSX130T web page at: https://www.stellarvue.com/stellarvue-svsx130-sex...
Imaging telescopes or lenses: Stellarvue SVS130 f5 Astrograph, Stellarvue SVQ100 REFRACTOR
Imaging cameras: SBIG 8300C STF-8300C, ZWO ASI1600mm-Cool CMOS Camera
Mounts: ASTRO-PHYSICS AP 1100 GTO, Celestron CGEM DX CGEM DX mount
Guiding telescope or lens: Stellarvue 80 mm scope guider
Guiding camera: SBIG STi guider
Software: PHD2 Guiding Open Guiding, SGP Pro, PixInsight 1.8 Ripley PixInsight
Filter: Astrodon H alpha 5nm, SII 5nm, OIII 5nm
Dates: November 1, 2019
Location: Observatorio casa San Francisco, San Esteban, Los Andes, Chile
NGC2070 copyright Jaime Felipe Ramirez Narvaez