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SVX90T - Rosette

SVX90T - Rosette

Posted by Brian Meyers on 16th Apr 2024

Brian Meyers took this excellent shot of the Rosette Nebula in Monoceros with his SVX90T. This nebula rests 5,200 light-years away from Earth and has a diameter of 130 light-years. Within this star-forming complex are approximately 2,500 young stars, including the massive O-type stars HD46223 and HD46150, which are primarily responsible for blowing the ionized bubble, at its center.

According to Brian:

Another object that the SVX90T perfectly frames. And another where the smaller, finer details are crisper than any previous shot with other scopes.

Telescope: StellarvueSVX90T

Camera: ZWO ASI2600MM Pro

Mount: Sky-Watcher CQ350


  • Optolong Blue 2”
  • Optolong Green 2”
  • Optolong H-Alpha 3nm 2”
  • Optolong OIII 3nm 2”
  • Optolong Red 2”
  • Optolong SII 3nm 2”



  • Pleiades Astrophoto PixInsight

Guidescope: William Optics Uniguide 50

Guiding Camera: ZWO ASI120MM Mini

Designations: Sh 2-275, CTB 21, Caldwell 49

AstroBin: For more details and an in depth look at this image, visit Brian’s AstroBin by clicking the following link:


Wikipedia contributors. (2024, February 9). Rosette Nebula. Wikipedia.

Salvatore Iovene - (n.d.-a). Rosette Nebula SHO. AstroBin.