Nebulae - Tim Carruthers

Savannah Skies, Australia  is situated in the dry savannah country about 3.5 hours drive west of Cairns in Far North QLD, only about 17 degrees south of the equator. Very remote dark skies exist in the middle of a vast cattle station with four Sirius Observatory domes perched up on a hill with views of the scrub all around with no human infringements visible. 

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The Phantom Feline in Orion

Just next to M42 is a very interesting view containing quite a few "weird objects"
NGC1999
IC428
IC427
HH1
HH2
Waterfall Nebula

Taken from Savannah Skies, Australia which is situated in the dry savannah country about 3.5 hours drive west of Cairns in Far North QLD, only about 17 degrees south of the equator. Very remote dark skies exist in the middle of a vast cattle station with four observatory domes perched up on a hill with views of the scrub all around with no human infringements visible.
Telescope: Takahashi BRC 250. Mount: ParamountME. Camera: FLI PL16803 with FLI research grade filters. HaLRHaGB image acquired utilising CCDAutoPilot5 remotely. 10 minute subframes calibrated and stacked in CCDStack then processed in Photoshop and PixInsight.