By Emil Pera
( http://psemil.blogspot.com )

The jellyfish nebula is a supernova remnant in the constelation Gemini.
 Unlike other supernova nebulae such as Simeis 147, the Crab Nebula, or Veil Nebula, where can be seen a circular expansion of the matter resulting from the explosion, the IC443 nebula shows a compression effect from the west to the east - from the top left corner of the image.
 The bicolor palete image HOO has 16 hours of exposures in 20 and 30 minutes subs.
 Made with FLI ML 8300 and Tak FSQ85

 
 

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