The Cygnus Wall in mono
M: Mesu 200
C: QSI683 with 3nm Astrodon Ha filter
18x1800s in each pane
Total exposure 36 hours
The Cygnus Wall complex is part of the more recognisable North American nebula.
This ridge is approximately 20 light years long and is a huge star forming region. You can see where it is in a larger picture below.
This is a 4 pane mosaic as the field of view was too small to fit in the Cygnus Wall itself.
Cygnus Wall complex in Bi colour
This is a combination of the mono data above created with the ODK10 as a 4 pane mosaic and the OIII data created with the TakFSQ85 a couple of years ago.
As the OIII was only being used essentially for the colour, I knew that the actual resolution wasn't important as in the Ha layer.
M: Mesu 200 / Avalon LInear Fast reverse
T: ODK10 / Takahashi FSQ85
C: QSI683 / QSI690 with Astrodon 3nm Ha and OIII filters
Totalling 44 hours of total exposure
Here you can see how the Cygnus Wall complex mosaic actually fits into the larger image of the North America nebula. It gives you a great picture of the difference in field of view with my two different scopes,