M106 and a hint of IFN

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M106 and a hint of IFN

This image I shot the other day with my Richie Chretien 6" telescope. It was a rare night of crystalclear skies, since the air was coming directly from the north pole with winds blowing from the north. Image details below.

M106 in LRGB
R = 53 x 60sec
G = 54 x 60sec
B = 49 x 60sec
L = 129 x 60sec
Calibratieframes: Darks 60 x 60sec, flats 120
ASIair pro, ASI1600MM cool gain 300, cooled to -10C
Omegon Richie Chretien 6” + 0.67x reducer at 1110mm
iOptron CEM25P mount.
From my backyard, The Netherlands, Bortle klasse 4-5.

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