View the Clouds of Camelopardalis
Terry Hancock shared a photograph of the “Clouds of Camelopardalis,” which was taken at Grand Mesa Observatory in Purdy Mesa, Colorado in the United States, using Chroma Technology‘s LRGB filters. This photo was taken over 2 days, with a total acquisition time of 5 hours.
Chroma manufactures the highest quality astronomy filters with durable, sputtered hard coatings using single substrates of the best glass, eliminating the need for laminations. All primary filter coatings are applied on the front surface and anti-reflection coatings on the rear surface to prevent ghosting and to maximize transmission.
Highly precise and accurate, the passbands of these filters remain spectrally stable and do not drift in response to extreme temperature fluctuations or changes in humidity. All filters may be used with apertures of f/4 or smaller. Chroma provides custom coating services for more demanding imaging applications requiring larger apertures such as f/3 or f/2. They also can provide larger sizes and unique passbands upon request.
To see more of Terry’s work, visit the Grand Mesa Observatory website.
For more information or a quotation for this or other Chroma products, contact IL Photonics.