16" RCOS @ f/11.3
Apogee U47 imager
SBIG 402 guider
Astrodon Series I LRGB

HaRGB composite:
Ha= 15 min x 32, 1x1
R=  10 min x 18, 1x1
G=  10 min x 18, 1x1
B=  10 min x 18, 1x1

Data acquired at

Processed with CCD
Inspector,  CCDsoft,
Registar, Sigma
Combine, Neat Image,
and Adobe PS;
additional image
processing using
PixInsight courtesy of  
Dr. Jack Harvey
This lovely collection of
nebulae in the LMC includes a
probable supernova remnant
towards the left with a
quasi-oval filamentous
appearance (N59B, aka NGC
2035), the brighter central/right
zone with emission/reflection
components (N59A, aka NGC
2032/2029), as well as the
smaller circular area towards
the top (N59C). The area in
aggregate is sometimes
referred to as the Seagull
Nebula, not to be confused with
a nebula of the same name in
the northern hemisphere, IC
         NGC 2029/2032/2035
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