Another morning, another imaging session near my university's parking lot, and a surprisingly cold one at that. In fact, the forecasts I checked the evening before were ~10°C warmer than the actual temperature! This time, I had my 3x barlow and the right plugs to avoid using the power strip with my Power Tank.
- There is a complex of small rifts on the North Equatorial Belt, starting at the central meridian and stretching eastward.
- Oval BA and the STB Ghost are rising.
- The Equatorial Zone is orange.
- Oval BA has lost its red color after having it for over a decade.
Telescope: Celestron C8 EdgeHD
Camera: ZWO ASI174MM
Barlow: Celestron X-Cel 3x
Filter: Orion Red, Orion Green, Orion Blue
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