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Instrument: Meade 12" ACF400 Telescope
Apogee U9 6303E
Exposure: Optec LRBG filters, 120:100:100:100 minutes
Guiding: Meade DSI controled by MaxIm DL
Location: TAS Dark Sky Site (S.E. Oklahoma)
Image Processing: Maxim DL, Photoshop

The Trifid Nebula in sagittarius is named for the dark dust lanes that appears to cut the object into three parts. The blue color comes from star light reflected off of dust grains.

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