Tarantula Nebula & LMC

Tarantula Nebula & LMC
This is my Tarantula Nebula result. I must say, as a newbie whose best images were taken with a Nikon D5600 and a Nikkor 55-300mm on 20s tracking at best, I was amazed to see those extremely information-rich images. Literally jaw dropping. That really happened.

It's a combo of 180s of Ha, S II, OIII - three frames for each filter. When combining them to RGB I set HA to red, S II to green, and O III to blue.

If by chance you are a newbie like me into this hobby, feel free to sift through my growing collection for what you can expect to obtain with a budget setup at: https://www.deviantart.com/apollonir75/gallery

Thank you telescope.live team for this awesome website and thank you for, fellow viewer, for viewing my image!

PS: the dark band in the right side was there in the original frames. I thought it was a satellite, but it showed up without moving in all 9 frames. used Kappa-Sigma at stacking and it left behind this artefact.
Author
Evghin Bari
Telescope
Takahashi FSQ-106ED
Camera
FLI PL16083
Location
Heaven's Mirror Observatory, Yass
Date of observation
29-08-2020
Filters
Ha, S II, O III
Processing
Deep Sky Stacker, Photoshop 2019
Credits
Evghin Bari
Submitted on Fri, 08/28/2020 - 17:02