M17, The Swan Nebulas
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M17 (Messier 17) is commonly known as the "swan," which is upside down in this North up view. The swan is the brighter part of the nebula which visual observers can see more easily than the rest of the extensive nebulosity.
Date/Time: 25 May 2020, 00:12 PDT
Location: Vanishing Point Observatory
Camera: Canon EOS RP (Hutech modified) @ ISO 800
Exposure: 36x300 sec.
Lens: Borg 100ED / Borg 1.04x flattener
Mount: Losmandy Titan 50
Guiding: SBIG STV / Borg 45ED
Image Processing: Nebulosity/Lightroom