IC 443 also best known as the Jellyfish Nebula (in my opinion the nebula resembles much more a gigantic galactic brain than a jellyfish) is a galactic remnant of a supernova explosion in the constellation Gemini. I always find extraordinary that we can witness the effect of such a spectacular cosmic event with just a simple telescope and camera.

The image is a narrowband composition in SHO palette for a total of 14hrs integration time in Ha, Oiii, Sii

The filament structure of the nebula is best viewed in high resolution here

Caprile Observatory

Caprile Astronomical Observatory, Astrophotography, located in Tuscany (Italy) countryside. A photographic journey across the marvels of the universe | Galaxy | Nebulae | Deep Sky Objects