The Ant Nebula @Gemini (ふたご座のアリ星雲) NGC2371/2

For some reason I like the feeling of this flying ant and shoot it every year, but this time I tried to use LRGB for the first time.
There are white nebula-like areas on the upper left and lower right of the central star(Wolf-Rayet Star), and jets are emitted from high-density areas with lower temperatures than others. The white part on the upper left is a jet that is emitting outwards and can be seen in this photo.

中心星(Wolf-Rayet Star)を中心として左上と右下に白い星雲状の部分があるが、ここは他に比べて温度が低い高密度の領域でジェットが放出さている。左上の白い部分は外側に向けて放出してるジェットがこの写真でも見られる。

Place: Backyard East Pattaya (Bortle Class 6, Moon Phase 3.3%)
Shot Date 23rd / Mar / 2023 19:42 (UTC+7)
TS RC10 Trus  (250mm,F/8.0,f/2000mm)
filter: SVBonyLRGB Filter set

L: 60X30Secs 30minutes
R: 60X30Secs 30minutes
G: 60X30Secs 30minutes
B: 60X30Secs 30minutes

Total 2 hours

Palette: Target :LRGB
Gain: 200 BIN2
Mount :iOptron CEM70G
Guide: SVBony 60mm F/4, QHY290C (Dithering every 6 shots)
Pre-Processing APP  Interpolation X 2.0 Droplet 1.0
Post-Processing PI,PS  Resam;le 200% by PI
Shot By Taro Seki