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                       Astrophotography by Keith B. Quattrocchi
















               IC 1805
               Central Region of the Heart Nebula in Cassiopia 
             Narrow Band Image

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                                      Image Acquisition Information                      
 
                               Telescope:   16" RCOS Ritchey-Chretien Telescope (ion milled at f/9) 
                               Location:     The Lost Valley Observatory, loated at Sierra Remote
                                                 Observatories in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California 
                               Camera:       SBIG STL-6303
                               Guiding:       Astrodon  MOAG AOG (SBIG 237 with .65 FLR)
                               Filters:        Astrodon Ha, SII, OIII
                               Mount:        Software Bisque Paramount ME
                               Acquisition Programs:   The Sky,CCDAutopliot III, CCD Soft. 
                               Processing ProgramsCCDStack, Maxim DL, Photoshop CS3
                               Date:: November 28-December 15, 2007                              
                               Time: 14x20 min ( 4 hours) each for Ha, SII, OIII: total 12 hrs                           
                               Processing:  CCD Stack and PhotoShop CS/3
 
Image Information:  IC 1805 is the designation of a young star cluster and the emission nebula surrounding it.  The Heart Nebula (IC 1805) and Soul Nebula (IC 1848) are in close proximity in Cassiopia.  .  
Processing Comments:  The Narrow Band Image was produced using the Hubble Palette (SII, Ha, OIII). The resulting NB image was then overlayed in PS CS/e with another weak Ha layer, enhancing the nebulosity.  Further processing such as data stretching, High Pass Filter and Kodac Digital Gem in PS CS/3.   
 
 
 
 
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