The Bat Nebula (コウモリ星雲) NGC6995
First Light:: Celestron C11 and HyperStar C11.
Total exposure time 60 minutes, IDAS NBZ Highspeed compatible Duo band filter.
I could see the Arcturus from the middle of the night after the rain last night, so I turned on the Gear to adjust the coordination of the HS11 and test the NINA of the new MINI PC.
After finishing the Autofocus, Platesolving, shooting, and PHD2 tests at NINA, I thought about adjusting the collimation, but the north side was sunny with a nice feeling. I wanted to see the full image of HSC11, and when I pointed the lens barrel at Eastern Veil and exposed it for 30 seconds, it looked good, and I was forced to start shooting the next time.
The so-called Eastern Veil has a mysterious NGC catalog division, and although it is completely integrated, it is divided from NGC 6992 to NGC 6995.
Originally, NGC6992 refers to the bright part of this nebula, but by convention the entire C33 is also called NGC6992. The easternmost square is NGC6995, which is the part of this photo commonly known as Bat Nebula.
Until I took this picture, I thought it was called Bat because of the shape of Body and Wing, but I realized that I had a head.
The messy part of the west is also attractive, but it looks like a human muscle specimen and is a little scary. Also someday.
Place: Backyard East Pattaya (Bortle Class 6, Moon Phase 70.6%)
Date:17th / Aug / 2021 02:32(UTC+7) Start
Celestron C11 _ HyperStar C11 (2800mm F/1.9 f/540mm)
filter: IDAS NBZ Highspeed Duo band 60 X 60Secs 60minutes
Total 1hour 60minutes
Palette: L(Synthetic )-HOO(True colour)
CCD: ZWO ASI294MC Pro
Filter: IDAS NBZ.
Mount :Celestron AVX
Guide: SVBony 30mm F/4, ZWO ASI120Mm-MINI