This picture shows off a wide view of the starfield in the Sagittarius constellation. While evidencing all the dark nebulosity in contrast with the yellowish stars in the background of the Milky Way core, it highlights the HII regions in the field, such as Messier 8 and NGC 6559 as well. The picture is also full of star clusters, being Messier 20 the most colorful of all, as it is a star cluster associated to both emission, reflection and dark nebulosity.
-Dates: 06, 08, 23 and 24 August 2021| 27 September 2021
-Location: MG, Brazil. Suburban Skies (Bortle 5, calculated SQM ~19.87) / SP, Brazil. Rural Skies ( Bortle 3, calculated SQM ~21.58 )
-Camera: Nikon D5300 (Full Spectrum Modified) @ ISO400 / Canon T6 (Stock) @ ISO1600
-Optics: Rokinon 135mm F/2.0 ED UMC / Canon EF 200 f/2.8 L USM II
-Mount: Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer / Sky-Watcher EQ3-2
-Exposure Detail: 50x300s for Ha / 90x120s for RGB | Total Integration Time = 430′ or 7hrs10min.