Messier 1
The Crab Nebula. Supernova Remnant, Taurus
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AstroPhysics 175EDF f8
AP 3600GTO "El Capitan"
SBIG STT-8300
SBIG FW8G
(Guided Filter Wheel)
November 2015. Cave Creek Canyon Observatory, Arizona Sky Village
Equipment:

Telescope:
Mount:
Camera:
Guider:
Filters:

- Luminance (Astrodon) 36x10 mins   = 360 mins
- Red
(Astrodon) 24x10 mins                 = 240 mins
- Green
(Astrodon) 24x10 mins             = 240 mins
- Blue
(Astrodon) 24x10 mins                = 240 mins
 
Total Exposure Time =  18h 00m
Details:
Data Imaged remotely over 7 nights (Oct 10, 13, 14, 19, 22, 23, & Nov 5, 2015).
The Crab Nebula (NGC 1952) is the result of a brilliant Supernova event recorded by Chinese astronomers in 1054. Today we observe this as an expanding gas cloud eminating from the central Pulsar.
2015, David A. Churchill
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