NGC7000 and IC5070

Object NGC7000; IC5070; "North America Nebula"; "Pelican Nebula"
Description Very large expanse of emission nebulae in Cygnus commonly called the North America Nebula (left) and the Pelican Nebula (right). This is my first completed image with the three most common narrowband filters: SII, OIII, and Ha.
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NGC7000 and IC5070 by Nico Carver is licensed under a CC BY-SA 4.0 Licesnse.
Acquisition Dates 05/26/17; 06/27/17
Locations Backyard, Newark, DE; Trap Pond State Park, DE
Optics Canon EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM; f/2.8 for narrowband; f/4.5 for broadband
Mount Orion Atlas EQ-G
Camera ZWO ASI-1600 MM-Cool (v3)
Filters Astrodon SII (3nm), Ha (5nm), OIII (3nm)
Guiding QHY 5Lii Mono and Orion 50mm guidescope
Gain 139
Cooling -15C
Integration Total: 2.8 hours; SII: 17x180" Ha: 19x180"; OIII: 20x180"
Software Mount Control: EQMOD; Planetarium: Cartes Du Ciel; Acuisition: Sequence Generator Pro; Guiding: PHD2; Polar Alignment: QHY Polemaster; Processing: PixInsight 1.8.5 and Photoshop CS6
RA/DEC Center 314.314, 44.464
Orientation (E of N) 1.73 degrees
Links Astrobin; WorldWideTelescope
ngc7000 in the WorldWideTelescope screenshot