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Cygnus Wall NGC7000 Four Panel mosaic
This isn't totally done in APP, but it was stacked and stitched together at least.
AG Optical Convergent FA14 14.5" reflector (1855mm/f5)
10 Micron GM2000
Optec Gemini focusing rotator
Moravian G3-16200 (pixel scale 0.67")
ZWO ASI174MM Mini (OAG)
Chroma Ha 3nm 50mm: 101x600" bin 1x1
Baader OIII 2" 8.5nm: 48x600" bin 2x2
Baader SII 2" 7nm: 70x600" bin 2x2
Total time 36,7 hours shared between the 4 panels.
That is just amazing. The best image of this object that I've seen. Fantastic!
I take it you removed the stars before processing the nebulosity?
I did not do the processing other than calibration and stitching so i can't tell for sure, but if i were to guess i'd say yes.
Thanks for the comments😀