This is a 2 panel mosaic showcasing part of the carina nebula and NGC 3324 and 3293 in Narrowband with RGB stars.

This celestial region is brimming with fascinating phenomena and intricate cosmic features.I have pushed my equipment to its limits in terms of resolution, striving to reveal as much detail as possible.

This project presents a unique opportunity for collaboration with someone who has a deeper focal length, allowing us to focus on specific features and create an ultra-high-resolution image. If this prospect interest you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.Now, let’s delve into this image.

Many of you are likely familiar with the Carina Nebula, the brightest nebula in the sky. However, it’s only visible to those of us residing in the southern hemisphere.This image contains a wealth of intriguing objects, and the high resolution allows you to zoom in and explore them in detail.

Dates: 1 Apr 2023 · 2 Apr 2023 · 3 Apr 2023 · 15 Apr 2023


Antlia 3nm Narrowband H-alpha 1.25″: 40×600″(6h 40′)

Antlia 3nm Narrowband Oxygen III 1.25″: 40×600″(6h 40′)

Antlia 3nm Narrowband Sulfur II 1.25″: 40×600″(6h 40′)

Antlia Blue Pro: 40×45″(30′)

Antlia Green Pro: 40×45″(30′)

Antlia Red Pro: 40×45″(30′)

Integration: 21h 30′

RA center: 10h40m34s.15

DEC center: -58°5703.3

Pixel scale: 1.047 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -124.733 degrees

Field radius: 1.339 degrees

Resolution: 17278 × 6501

Locations: Bentleigh, Victoria, Australia