2021-09-02, 2021-10-27 / Click on image to enlarge
Sh2-114, also known as "The Flying Dragon", is a complex and unusual HII emission nebula in Cygnus.
Its complex, wispy structure is likely the result of winds from hot, massive stars interacting with the
magnetic fields in the interstellar medium. But very little is known about it.
|Camera||Nikon DSLR D810A|
|Telescope||TS ONTC 12" f/4 Carbon Newton|
|Optics||TeleVue Paracorr Type 2 Coma Corrector|
|Optics||TS 2,5" Wynne Coma Corrector|
|Mount||iOptron CEM120 Center-Balanced Equatorial Mount|
|Planetarium Software||Stellarium||Image Session Control||APT - Astro Photography Tool v3.88, ASCOM Platform 6
|Lights||81 * 150s / 84 x 120s (total 6h10'), ISO-1600, additional Biases, Flats, no Darks|
|Stacking Software||Pixinsight 1.8, Drizzle 2x|
|Image Processing||Pixinsight 1.8|