Hell there! I just wanted to this photo of a rarely imaged nebula in Aquila - Barnard 143. It's only distinguishing feature... it looks like the letter E.
Dark nebula are always difficult to process, and this one was no exception. Pulling out the faint dustiness without clipping the background proved to be quite a challenge.
Especially the faint nebulosity on the left side of the frame was very hard to distinguish. I tried to consult other images on astrobin to see where the nebulosity was, but none of them went deep enough. In the end, I think what I brought out was in fact dark nebulosity, not just processing artifacts. All the major nebulous regions match, so I'm guessing the rest matches as well. Oh well.
Edited by vnc1218, 03 July 2020 - 12:51 PM.