Eta Carina Nebula – Stephen Voss

To the naked eye the Eta Carina nebula is a faint smudge of light buried deep in the southern Milky Way. Long photographic exposures through a modest telephoto lens or small telescope reveals a complex region of glowing gas within a rich bed of stars. This image is a composite of multiple 5 minute images, equating to a total exposure time of over 1.5 hours, captured while the imaging telescope accurately tracks the rotating sky

Camera Settings

Nikon D810A
ISO 640
Telescope: Televue-76 480mm apochromatic refractor, 0.8x focal reducer for a focal ratio of f/5.6
Mount: Losmandy G11, tracking and auto-guided
20 x 5 mins exposures

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