The Tadpole Nebula, Sh2-236, in an plain H-alpha image. You can easily find the two tadpoles that give rise to the name. It belongs to one big emission complex together with the Flaming Star Nebula.
Composed of a total of over 5 hours of 10 min exposures from my backyard. See also the bicolor version.
|Exposure:||H, 32 x 600sec||Date:||2016-12-29… 2017-01-07|
|Setup:||APM 107/700 Triplet, 0.79 Reducer, ATIK 460 EXm||Site:||Langen, Hessen, Germany|
Tags: IC410, NGC1893, Sh2-236