Vela Supernova Remnant

This image show a clear view of the Vela SNR, an expanding remnant of an explosion with filaments of emission gases mainly composed of Hydrogen-alpha and Oxygen-III. It’s about 800 light years away from earth, embedded inside another remnant, the Gum Nebula.
Equipment used:
– Meade 6000 Series 80mm ED Triplet f/6
– ZWO ASI1600MM Pro
– SkyWatcher EQ6-R Pro
– Processed in PixInisght and Photoshop
Data (acquired between April, May and June):
– Ha: 84×300″
– OIII: 208×300″
– L: 144×180″
– R: 20×240″
– G: 20×240″
– B: 25×180″
– Total: 35h 27′

Autore: Mauricio Christiano de Souza (sito)