the jellyfish is a supernova leftover from thousands of years ago. Around 5000 light years distant, it was just strong enough to penetrate the Polop haze last night and the night before, so 2 sessions over 2 nights. Easier than I thought. The uncontrollable light from the foreground star propus reminds me of a red version of alnitak and just as hard to control: StarTools to the rescue!
|supernova ic443 la medusa in gemini|
700d + pn208 180s and 120s light frames total: 3 hours @ ISO 800