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Noeleen Lowndes

The pretty flower shape Rosette Nebula (NGC 2237) is a huge cloud of gas and dust that surrounds the open star cluster (NGC 2244) it’s about 100 light years in diameter and lies approximately 5000 light years away from us. My images were taken in January 2016 using a Meade 80mm APO refractor scope piggybacked on a Meade 10inch LX200 telescope using a Canon 70D camera. Exposures were 10x10 minute lights and 5x10 darks at ISO 1000, stacked in DSS and processed in Photoshop.

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