Pelican nebula – IC5070 (HST, LRGB star)

This photo of the famous emission nebula is only part of The Pelican Nebula. It is part of the larger North America Nebula complex (NGC 7000) in the Cygnus constellation.

Telescope ASA 10″ F/3.6 10N ASTROGRAPH OTA
Focal length 900 mm
Mount DDM85
Imaging camera ASI 2600 mono
Guiding cameras  —
Guiding optics without
Focal reducers ASA 3″ Wynne Corrector 0,85x
Constellations Cygnus
Distance cca 1800 light years
RA center 20h 51′ 32″
DEC center +44°26′ 42″
Location taken Slovakia
Date taken 09/2023
Pixel scale 0.8 arcsec/pixel
Filters Astronomik LRGB ,

Astronomik Ha 6nm,
Astronimik OIII 6nm,
Astronomik SII 6nm,

Exposure 50 x 60 sec.BIN1 LRGB filters

69 x 600 sec.BIN1 Ha filter
53 x 600sec.BIN1 OIII filter
51 x 600sec.BIN1 SII filter

Total exposure 31 hours
Processing software PixInsight, CCD Inspector

Processing object IC 5070 was captured using Narrowband Filters.
(Hydrogen-alpha – H-α 6nm, Sulfur – SII 6nm, Oxygen – OIII 5nm)
Here you can see several hours of individual images, which are processed by joining in HST (Narrowband in Hubble Palette).
You can see the resulting product above.