The clouds are moving in, so imaging on this nebula has ended. Three narrow band filters were used and were assigned RGB colors based on what is called the Hubble palette. This was tweaked by removing some of the green coloration while emphasizing blue. A total of 35 thirty minute images were stacked, for a total imaging time of 17.5 hours.
These are the Tadpoles of IC-410. They seem appropriate for the New Year when we are celebrating a fresh start or a new beginning. This emission nebula lies about 12000 light years away, and the Tadpoles are about 10 light years long. This is a stacked composite of 17 half hour h-alpha exposures taken through my 5 inch Astro-Physics Starfire refractor with a .75 focal reducer.