IC1848 Soul Nebula

IC1848 Soul Nebula.

Soul nebula IC1848, narrowband processed. The stars are forming in the soul of the Queen of Ethiopia. More specifically, in a star-forming region called Soul Nebula can be found in the constellation Cassiopeia, a constellation Greek mythology identified as the arrogant wife of a king who has long ruled the lands around the top river Nile. the Soul nebula contains several open clusters of stars, an intense radio source known as W5 and huge bubbles formed by winds from massive young stars. Located about 6,500 light-years away, the Soul Nebula spans about 100 light years.
Technical data:

Remote Observatory “FarLightTeam”
Team: Jesús M. Vargas, Bittor Zabalegui,José Esteban, Marc Valero.
Telescope: Takahashi FSQ106 ED 530mm f/5
CCDs: QSI683 wsg8
Filters: Baader Planetarium – Halpha-SII-OIII
Mount: 10Micron GM1000 HPS
Imaging Software: Voyager
Processing Software: PixInsight-AstroPixelProcessor

Imaging Data:

Captured through 12 December 2021 to 21 February 2022, ( Fregenal de la Sierra ) Badajoz, Spain.

Image composed of a Mosaic of 2 tiles:
Ha: 94×1200″
SII-OIII: 147×1200″
Darks, flats, bias

Links here:

(Starnet) https://www.flickr.com/photos/190787445@N02/52006003946/in/album-72157719710277871/

(Stars) https://www.flickr.com/photos/190787445@N02/52006006271/in/album-72157719710277871/

(crop) https://www.flickr.com/photos/190787445@N02/52006007071/in/album-72157719710277871/

Autore: Remote Observatory "FarLightTeam" Team: Jesús M. Vargas, Bittor Zabalegui,José Esteban, Marc Valero. (sito)