NGC7635 – Bubble Nebula


Simon Todd

Haywards Heath

Equipment Used:
Imaging Scope: Sky-Watcher Quattro 8-CF 8″ F4 Newtonian
Guide Scope: Celestron C80ED
Imaging Camera: Atik Cameras 383L+ Mono CCD Cooled to -20C
Guide Camera: Qhyccd 5L-II
Mount: Skywatcher EQ8 Pro
Capture Software: Main Sequence Software Sequence Generator Pro
Guide Software: PHD2
Dark/Flat Subtraction and Stacking: Maxim-DL
Post Processing: Photoshop, GradientXterminator, NoiseNinja

The bubble nebula resides in the constellation of Cassiopeia and it’s distance is around 11000 light years from earth.

The nebula is regarded as an Emmision Nebula and is a result of the stellar wind from a hot central star

Image consists of

18x 300S – Luminance

14x 300S – Red

14x 300S – Green

14x 300S – Blue

22x 600S – Hydrogen Alpha (As lighten layer in Red Channel)

Just like my Elephant’s Trunk Nebula, I will be gathering more narrowband to build my hubble palette version