Give me a lever long enough and a place to stand and I can move the Earth

— Archimedes 200 BC

Supernova remanent

M1

M1

M1 early this morning at 2 AM. Photograph in visible light tricolor filter RGB from Verona NJ with an almost full moon.

30 minutes per filter, 5" f7 r efractor, starligh xpress ccd & true balance astrodon RGB filters.

The Crab Nebula

The Crab Nebula

The supernova remanent M1 at the tip of the horns of Taurus. The image was taken in H-alpha light through the 5" refractor. The pulsar is right in the center .  One hour exposure.

Supernova remanent in Cygnus

Supernova remanent in Cygnus

Central section of the veil nebula. One hour exposure.
The Veil  is a supernova remanent. It exploded some fifty thousand years ago. The filaments are a shock wave that is expanding in a dusty region, clearing it as it goes. Notice that many faint stars are visible at the bottom where the dust has been cleared than at the top.

supernova remanent in Cygnus

supernova remanent in Cygnus

NW section of the Veil Nebula, a supernova remanent in Cygnus. High overhead this autumn evening. Six ten-minutes guided exposure combined for a total on one hour.

NGC 6960 - Western Veil Nebula

NGC 6960 - Western Veil Nebula

Something I did long Time ago, one of the few RGB images I  tried with SXV-H9C