IC 1795 - The Northern Bear Nebula, also called The Fish Head Nebula, is part of a huge star forming system of gas and dust located along the Perseus Spiral Arm of our Milky Way galaxy. It is visible in constellation Cassiopeia, approximately 6000 light-years from the Earth. 
📷 Exposure: (Ha, OIII, SII)
Hα, bin 1, 86 x 600s
OIII, bin 1, 65 x 300s
SII, bin 1, 70 x 300s
🔭 Equipment
Mount: Avalon M-Zero
Telescope: Refractor TS86SDQ, 86 mm aperture, 450 mm focal length
Camera: QSI 6120 wsg (Sony ICX834 sensor) 
Filters: 8-positions filter wheel integrated in camera
Guidescope: NA (off-axis auto guider)
Guiding camera: Orion StarShoot AutoGuider
💻 Software: 
(Windows 10) Sequence Generator Pro, PHD2, SkySafari, ASCOM drivers
(Mac OSX) PixInsight
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