Orion nebula in LRGB

Orion nebula in LRGB
M42 and M43 are star-forming regions that lie in Orion's Sword, easily visible to the naked eye. At the heart of the nebula lies Theta-1 Ori, the 'Trapezium' cluster of four bright stars (and several fainter ones). Just one O-type star, Theta-1 Ori C, is responsible for creating the bright gas of the nebula.

[Compare with accompanying SHO image, https://telescope.live/gallery/127]
Author
ian howarth
Telescope
CHI-1
Camera
FLI PL9000
Location
Chile
Date of observation
2019
Filters
LRGB; approx 105, 100, 50, 37*30s
Processing
Pixinsight
Credits
Telescope Live/ian howarth
Submitted on Sat, 05/23/2020 - 12:51