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    I enjoyed your notes from the underground, even if your batteries were bought from the house of the dead. It pays to have a bit of the gambler in your psyche. I did get to observe the Moon yesterday for a brief time myself, although any idiot will tell you observing in this weather are mainly the dreams of a ridiculous man.
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    Nice evening Ian. A bit cold for my liking, but if one wants the sky, they have to endure whatever Mother Nature throws at them.

    The filter are you looking for in regard to the Horsehead is the Hydrogen-Beta or HaB. It is sometimes called the Horsehead filter, though it is useful for a relatively short list of objects, such as NGC 1499, the California Nebula in Perseus. By its nature it is a very aggressive filter, heavily darkening the view of the sky because of its restrictive passband. Hope that helps.

    Regarding the Pup, I presume you were using your planetarium program to affix its position relative to the primary, and thus knew exactly where to look for it? Knowing its exact position is very helpful to pinning it down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty Barlow View Post
    I enjoyed your notes from the underground, even if your batteries were bought from the house of the dead. It pays to have a bit of the gambler in your psyche. I did get to observe the Moon yesterday for a brief time myself, although any idiot will tell you observing in this weather are mainly the dreams of a ridiculous man.
    Wow!!! The only thing missing in your synopsis was The Double, and well it should be as I failed to see the pup!
    Thank you Shorty, here's to ridiculous men!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KT4HX View Post
    Nice evening Ian. A bit cold for my liking, but if one wants the sky, they have to endure whatever Mother Nature throws at them.

    The filter are you looking for in regard to the Horsehead is the Hydrogen-Beta or HaB. It is sometimes called the Horsehead filter, though it is useful for a relatively short list of objects, such as NGC 1499, the California Nebula in Perseus. By its nature it is a very aggressive filter, heavily darkening the view of the sky because of its restrictive passband. Hope that helps.

    Regarding the Pup, I presume you were using your planetarium program to affix its position relative to the primary, and thus knew exactly where to look for it? Knowing its exact position is very helpful to pinning it down.
    Hi Alan, thanks! I will check that filter out. I know where the pup should be, even upside down and backwards. I will try my small refractor on it and see if I can't get a better look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanadalainen View Post
    Hi Alan, thanks! I will check that filter out. I know where the pup should be, even upside down and backwards. I will try my small refractor on it and see if I can't get a better look.

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    The Ha-B is a filter that I would see as being the last one that an observe would consider adding to their case. First would be a good narrow-band nebula filter, such as the Orion UltraBlock or DGM NPB (to name the two I have). A close second to that would be an O-III with narrower passband (personally I have an Orion O-III). Then I would consider the Ha-B. They tend to be more expensive and as I said very aggressive.

    Here is a short hit list of objects (from David Knisely) that are responsive to the Ha-B. But this is by no means the only ones that it should be tried on. When I do use filters, I sometimes like to play with all the ones I have to see what the visual difference is within an object. Always fun to experiment.

    1. IC 434 (HORSEHEAD NEBULA)
    2. NGC 1499 (CALIFORNIA NEBULA, naked eye and RFT)
    3. M43 (part of the Great Orion Nebula)
    4. IC 5146 (COCOON NEBULA in Cygnus)
    5. M20 (TRIFID NEBULA, main section)
    6. NGC 2327 (diffuse nebula in Monoceros)
    7. IC 405 (the FLAMING STAR NEBULA in Auriga)
    8. IC 417 (diffuse Nebula in Auriga)
    9. IC 1283 (diffuse Nebula in Sagittarius)
    10. IC 1318 GAMMA CYGNI NEBULA (diffuse nebula in Cygnus)
    11. IC 2177: SEAGULL NEBULA (Diffuse Nebula, Monoceros)
    12. IC 5076 (diffuse nebula, Cygnus)
    13. PK64+5.1 "CAMPBELL'S HYDROGEN STAR" Cygnus (PNG 64.7+5.0)
    14. Sh2-157a (small round nebula inside larger Sh2-157, Cassiopeia)
    15. Sh2-235 (diffuse nebula in Auriga).
    16. Sh2-276 "BARNARD'S LOOP" (diffuse nebula in Orion, naked eye)
    17. IC 2162 (diffuse nebula in northern Orion)
    18 Sh2-254 (diffuse nebula in northern Orion near IC 2162)
    19. Sh2-256-7 (diffuse nebula in northern Orion near IC 2162)
    20. vdB93 (Gum-1) (diffuse nebula in Monoceros near IC 2177)
    21. Lambda Orionis nebular complex (very large, naked-eye)
    22. Sh2-273 "Cone" Nebula portion south of cluster NGC 2264
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    I just love the H-beta filter! I've never seen a blob of ionized Hydrogen where it doesn't do very nice things. M42, the Flaming Star, etc. It's my most used filter from a pretty dark site.
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    Sounds like a beautiful evening Ian, you braved the cold and the influence of Dostoyevsky - forced into manual star-hopping, with some excellent catches. Maybe next time it will be "Leo" Tolstoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KT4HX View Post
    The Ha-B is a filter that I would see as being the last one that an observe would consider adding to their case. First would be a good narrow-band nebula filter, such as the Orion UltraBlock or DGM NPB (to name the two I have). A close second to that would be an O-III with narrower passband (personally I have an Orion O-III). Then I would consider the Ha-B. They tend to be more expensive and as I said very aggressive.

    Here is a short hit list of objects (from David Knisely) that are responsive to the Ha-B. But this is by no means the only ones that it should be tried on. When I do use filters, I sometimes like to play with all the ones I have to see what the visual difference is within an object. Always fun to experiment.

    1. IC 434 (HORSEHEAD NEBULA)
    2. NGC 1499 (CALIFORNIA NEBULA, naked eye and RFT)
    3. M43 (part of the Great Orion Nebula)
    4. IC 5146 (COCOON NEBULA in Cygnus)
    5. M20 (TRIFID NEBULA, main section)
    6. NGC 2327 (diffuse nebula in Monoceros)
    7. IC 405 (the FLAMING STAR NEBULA in Auriga)
    8. IC 417 (diffuse Nebula in Auriga)
    9. IC 1283 (diffuse Nebula in Sagittarius)
    10. IC 1318 GAMMA CYGNI NEBULA (diffuse nebula in Cygnus)
    11. IC 2177: SEAGULL NEBULA (Diffuse Nebula, Monoceros)
    12. IC 5076 (diffuse nebula, Cygnus)
    13. PK64+5.1 "CAMPBELL'S HYDROGEN STAR" Cygnus (PNG 64.7+5.0)
    14. Sh2-157a (small round nebula inside larger Sh2-157, Cassiopeia)
    15. Sh2-235 (diffuse nebula in Auriga).
    16. Sh2-276 "BARNARD'S LOOP" (diffuse nebula in Orion, naked eye)
    17. IC 2162 (diffuse nebula in northern Orion)
    18 Sh2-254 (diffuse nebula in northern Orion near IC 2162)
    19. Sh2-256-7 (diffuse nebula in northern Orion near IC 2162)
    20. vdB93 (Gum-1) (diffuse nebula in Monoceros near IC 2177)
    21. Lambda Orionis nebular complex (very large, naked-eye)
    22. Sh2-273 "Cone" Nebula portion south of cluster NGC 2264
    Dang... that's some seriously good information. Thanks a bunch Alan!!

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    I just love the H-beta filter! I've never seen a blob of ionized Hydrogen where it doesn't do very nice things. M42, the Flaming Star, etc. It's my most used filter from a pretty dark site.
    Two strong votes! You've got my attention, now.

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    Sounds like a beautiful evening Ian, you braved the cold and the influence of Dostoyevsky - forced into manual star-hopping, with some excellent catches. Maybe next time it will be "Leo" Tolstoy.
    Thanks Michael!

    Just so long as its not Nietzsche..

    Dickens is kind of the polar opposite of Dostoevsky, his thoughts are situated along clear sight-lines. Seriously, it was good.. I'm going to try to get out again, if the clouds give me another chance. We're at a much more normal -15*C now, almost shorts and t-shirt weather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helicon64 View Post
    Sounds like a beautiful evening Ian, you braved the cold and the influence of Dostoyevsky - forced into manual star-hopping, with some excellent catches. Maybe next time it will be "Leo" Tolstoy.
    And after "Leo" Tolstoy comes " 'Virgo' Jesse floruit"! That's not just a vulgar pun it's a Vulgate pun!



    Dostoevsky is just the best. I've read 'The Idiot' half a dozen times.
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    Hello Ian,

    that's a fantastic observing report of yours!
    Not giving up is the most important message.

    Thank you for sharing,

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