The Sadr Region is a diffuse emission nebula region surrounding Sadr (Gamma Cygni) located in the center of Cygnus’s cross. Sadr can’t be seen in this image but it’s very close out of the frame.
Pointing a telescope towards the Cygnus constellation will always reveal some beautiful things. I decided to shoot this part of the region because of all the interesting bright and dark nebulae.
The HaRGB result that I recently shot with the ASI294MC didn’t give me any pleasure, reason why I went back to it as soon as I replaced the ASI294MC with the QHY294M Pro and Baader filters.
To shoot this part of the sky, I used the following equipment:
Sky-Watcher Eq3 Pro mount
F6.5 TS65 Quadruplet imaging telescope
ZWO ASI294MC PRO
2″ Antlia Astronomy Filter 3nm Ha
2″ IDAS LPS D2
Baader 36mm SHO filter set
Qhy5 LII-M guide camera
Eqmod, SGP, Stellarium with StellariumScope, PHD2, SharpCap for polar alignment
Location: Back garden, Bushey, UK (Bortle 7)
Date: 30.05.2021 to 18.09.2021
24x600sec Antlia 3nm Ha Gain 200 Offset 10
55x180sec IDAS LPS D2 Gain 125 Offset 30
QHY294M Pro @Gain 1600 Offset 25:
56x300sec Baader Ha 7nm
49x300sec Baader Oiii 8.5nm
46x300sec Baader Sii 8nm
Total integration time: 19 hours and 20 minutes