Soul Nebula (SHO)

Soul Nebula

The Soul Nebula is an emission nebula 7500 light years away in the constellation Cassiopeia. Radiation from star cluster IC 1848 causes the gas in the nebula to glow brightly in the H-Alpha and OIII wavelengths. It is the eastern extension of IC 1805, the Heart Nebula.

  • Date – 04 November, 5/7/11/19 December 2019
  • Location – Backyard
  • Telescope – SV70T @ f/4.8 (336mm focal length)
  • Camera – ASI1600MM-C @ -10C
  • Guiding – ASI120MM-Mini / ZWO OAG
  • Mount – Orion Atlas Pro AZ/EQ-G
  • Pixel Scale – 2.30″/pixel
  • Exposures (Gain 200, Offset 50)
    • HA: 44x300s
    • OIII: 46x300s
    • SII: 39x300s
    • Total integration: 10.75 hours
  • Processing – PixInsight (SoulNebula_SHO_20191205_Processing)


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