Sh2-224 in HOOlrvb made by Team ARO (astroaro.fr website) in Southern Portugal, Dark Sky Alqueva area. Francis Bozon, Jean-Luc Gangloff, St├ęphane Gueyraud.

Sh2-224 is a very weak supernova slash in the constellation of the Auriga, with an unusual shape.
The acquisition of this photo was made with a Fsq 106 scope on ArEq6 Pro mount and Asi 1600MM camera.

The exposure times are as follows:

Ha= 219X300”
S2=112×300”
O3=179X300”
Luminance= 19×60”
Red= 21×90”
Green =20×60”
Blue=23×60”

That is a total time of about 33 hours

Autore: Team ARO (sito)