Orion is dominated with many Deep Sky Objects; the crown is of course the most imaged nebula, M42. In the same constellation lies a reflection nebula which is cataloged as NGC 1788.
It is 1300 Light Years away from us and is located about 5 degrees North from Rigel. It contains extremely young stars and shines with the reflection of these stars’ light.
Telescope: Celestron C14
Camera: SBIG ST9XE
Filter: Astrodon Luminance
Mount: Losmandy Titan
Guiding: Autoguided with SBIG Adaptive Optics at 6.4 Hz
Sub Exposures: 5 minutes each
Total Exposure time: 100 minutes
I do need to collect more photons from this object which i will in coming nights. I will also image this object in Infrared band.
Oh and btw, i have shrunken the fat stars in the picture :)