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NGC 6946 described from a Spanish E-EyE remote observator. The fall of the picture has practically gone this autumn. Not all channels have been taken from the moonless sky. There have been several supernovae in the galaxy and that's what the nickname Fireworks Galaxy seems to be.
The exposures went as follows:
L: 24x240s, R: 25x480, G: 16x480 and B: 15x480. All bin1.
The camera is an older generation SBIG-STL11000M and the shooting tube is OfficisinaStellare RiDK 300 f / 8.