Last friday night I had an oportunity to get out under the stars again
after a long time without clear nights and too much cold to get out.
So, all setup and aimed for the center of the Rosette where
NGC2244 is located. This is a cluster of stars formed by the gas of
Taken with RC8, reducer and Triad filter, ASI1600MCC ( OSC )
60 x 180 seconds
Also the molecular clouds stand out nice, where many small
Bok globules can be seen.
Maybe the colors are not great but this is my first iteration on processing
Link to full res: http://lammertus.epi...riad-SOS-v2.jpg
And a scaled down version for CN: