||Planetary Nebula, PN G75.5+1.7
||Ra 20h 15m 26.4s Dec +38° 02’25”
|Size & Distance:
||App Dim 260” Apx. 5000 light-years
|Date & Location:
||07-11-2010 Palomar Mountain, CA
||Ha,Olll, 4ea. @ 15min (bin 1x1)
||Takahashi Epsilon-210 f3 630mm.
||Astro-Physics 900 GTO / ATS 10 x 36 Pier
||SBIG-ST10XME @ -10c / PDF-focuser / guiding w/ TV APO60-SBIG-RGH
||Astrodon 3nm Ha, Olll.
||MaxImDL 4.56, Photoshop CS,
||Sky conditions: Above average seeing, calm winds, low 60’s
Cropped Image Field of view is 26 x 18 arc-min.
This is an image of the Soap Bubble Nebula I did after it was discovered by a good friend and fellow imager, Dave Jurasevich. To read the story behind the discovery you can go to Dave’s website through my links, or, go to his site at
“www.starimager.com “ and through his “Image Gallery” you will find the whole story behind the discovery.