Dataset details

The target is Rosette Nebula. The data was captured over 3 nights in January, February 2020 from my house in St Petersburg, FL.  Using a mono camera with narrowband filters, I was able to cut through the heavy light pollution & capture some relatively clean data.  The stacked masters are comprised of almost 2 hours of exposures from each filter. 

This data can be processed in a variety of different color pallets, most commonly though is the so called Hubble palette in which the masters are mapped to color channels as follows:

  • SII–> Red
  • HA –> Green
  • OIII –> Blue

Stacked Master Files

Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TZDFNWwEZYc-E2T2mNpMQGP_KlOAU2Sn/view?usp=sharing

File Size: ~157MB

File Type: TIF

Acquisition details

Target: The Rosette Nebula

Acquired by: Jamie Kenas

Acquisition Date: 1/29/2020, 2/8/2020, 2/27/2020

Location: St Petersburg, FL

OTA: Celestron RASA 11

Camera: ZWO ASI 1600MM Pro

Filters: Baader Highspeed HA, OIII, SII

Exposures:  HA: 300s x22, OIII: 300s x21, SII: 300s x20

Processed Image

A high resolution version of this image can be viewed here:  https://www.flickr.com/photos/stpeteastronomyclub/51061375777/in/album-72157718473517708/

5 thoughts on “Sample Data – Rosette Nebula in Narrowband

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