10 July 2019

NGC 2467

By  Steve Crouch
members.pcug.org.au/~stevec/ )

This is the nebula NGC 2467 in Puppis.  It is more accurately described
as a superposition of several nebulous clusters in the same line of sight at varying distances.

Taken with a 36.8 cm RCOS Ritchey Chretien telescope working at F9 and a SBIG STXL6303E CCD camera.
 This is a Hubble Palette image with RGB stars. SII = 450 minutes,
Hydrogen Alpha = 165 minutes, OIII = 180 minutes and Red = Green = Blue = 70 minutes.
 Astrodon filters were used.

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