NGC 7822 high resolution broadband, SHO narrow band and wide field. All images were taken at the Okie Tex Star party in Sep of 2019
The high resolution images below was taken with a Stellarvue SVX152 6" refractor. See the links below for a much larger image.

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Larger size jpg images of the image above available here: 1900px wide Full size: full size

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NGC 7822 composite taken with narrow band filters. Astrodon 5nm Ha, 3nm OIII and 3 nm SII

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Wide field image above of NGC 7822 taken with a Stellarvue SV70T and Canon 6D at the Okie Tex Star party

NGC 7822 in Cepheus

About this object

NGC 7822 is a large star forming region in the Constellation Cepheus. The area is also known as Sh2-171 and contains the star cluster Berkley 59. NGC 7822 contains the star BD+66 1673, one of the hottest stars known within 3000 light years of the sun. It's the main player causing the pillars of hydrogen gas. NGC 7822 lies some 3000 light years distant. I present two images above. A relatively high resolution view taken with a Stellarvue SVX 152T 6" refractor and a low resolution, wide field view, taken with a Stellarvue SV70T refractor and Canon 6D DSLR. Both image were taken under the dark skies of western OK.
Image Details

  • Optics : Stellarvue SVX 152 refractor @f6 898mm FL
  • Mount: Paramount MYT
  • Camera: QSI 683
  • Filters: Astrodon
  • Exposure (min): LRGBHaOIII: 300:250:270:250:400:340
  • Camera/Mount Control: The Sky X, CCD Auto Pilot 5
  • Guiding: SX Lodestar X2
  • Processing: PixInsight 1.8,
  • Location: Okie Tex Star Party Kenton OK
  • Sky: Typical SQM 21.8, Bortle 1, Dark
  • Date: Sept 2019
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