Western Veil Nebula Reprocessed

Removed some of the stars and did a little bit of clean up in the Ha, S2 and O3 channel before combining into an SHO pallete.

The Western Veil Nebula is a supernova remnant about 2400 light years away from Earth.  This image was captured using Explore Scientific ED127 with Explore Scientific 3″ 0.7x FF/FR with the ASI 1600MM camera.

Reprocessed the Western Veil Nebula out of boredom waiting for the capturing the Tulip Nebula.

Western Veil Nebula

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