Here is my latest work. Hope you like it!
Caldwell 49 (Rosette Nebula)- 20x600s Ha, 20x600s OIII
Orion 120ST Achromatic Refractor - Moravian G2-8300FW5 (First Light!)
Explore Scientific 2" Field Flattener - Vixen GPD2 (EQMod).
Datyson T7M/Finder Guided.
Captured with INDI/Ekos on Kubuntu 18.10, Processed with AstroArt7 & CS5
And now the SHO version:
(PT) SC@ROS Observatory
TS 6" F4 Newtonian / Canon 550D / GPU CC / Datyson T7M / Arduino Moonlite DC Clone- HEQ5 Pro
Explore Scientific 80APO - 120ST / G2-8300FW5 / ES FF 2" / ASI120MM - Arduino Moonlite DC Clone - Vixen GPD2
Stellarmate OS on Raspberry pi4b
Skywatcher EQ8 pro, on steel pier
Takahashi FSQ85 & Meade 8” SCT (de-forked)
Starlight Xpress SXVR H18, SXVR M25c, Lodestar x2 Guide Camera
Pegasus Ultimate Hub V2 for all USB & Power
Pegasus focus motors on both scopes
Outstanding! Taken from a dark site or from a light polluted area?
I imaged the Rosette, too, about 2 weeks ago, from Bortle 8/9 skies, using a similar sequence.
My image is not nearly as good as yours, but the interesting part about it is that I managed by pure luck to catch the asteroid (6) Hebe as it was passing through the left lower quadrant. You can derive the sequence I used: Ha, O3, S2 from the trail of the asteroid and even calculate when the meridian flip occurred based on the gap in the O3 sequence.
Atlas Pro AZ-EQ, ASI1600MM-Pro, ASI120MM-S, ES102ED, WO-Z61, Nikon D3300, ASI-EFW, ZWO LRGB,Ha,O3,S2 filter set
I have a question since you are using a G2 Moravian Cam.
Are you able to use Liveview with it? If not, how do you focus? Have you ever had issues with your cam in Kstars?
Skywatcher EQ6-R | Lacerta 10" Carbon-Newton | Lacerta MFoc Motorfocus | Moravian G2 8300 Color | Canon EOS 5DMarkIIIa | ASI120mm guiding cam | KSTARS 3.4.1. on my outdoor-Laptop with KDE-Neon/Plasma | KSTARS 3.4.1. on Remote-IMac with Catalina | KSTARS 3.4.1 on Remote-Macbook Air with Catalina