Today I like to present the first and second light with my new camera, ASI 1600 MMC.
First an emission nebula in Cepheus, SH2-140, 11 hrs. HaLRGB:
Second the Coma galaxy cluster Abell 1656, 13 hrs. LRGB:
The picture also shows the Quasar QSO[HB89] 1256+280. With a redshift of 2.66, this quasar has a distance of 11.3 +/- 1 billion light years. It is thus located shortly after the Big Bang and thus the observable part of the universe:
I hope you enjoy the images as I did. The camera is worth every cent.
Edited by Jedi2014, 27 May 2018 - 08:05 AM.