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H-alpha (Hα) is a specific red visible spectral line in the Balmer series created by hydrogen with a wavelength of 656.28 nm, which occurs when a hydrogen electron falls from its third to second lowest energy level. It is difficult for humans to see H-alpha at night, but due to the abundance of hydrogen in space, H-alpha is often the brightest wavelength of visible light in stellar astronomy.

 

Here you will find some black and white images from Luminance,H-alpha,O-III,S-iii filters.

 

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Messier 51 Whirlpool Galaxy Lum 7hours
Messier 51 Whirlpool Galaxy Lum 7hours
Messier 51 Whir...
Messier 101 Lum
Messier 101 Lum
Messier 101 Lum
NGC 7000 Ha North America Nebula
NGC 7000 Ha North America Nebula
NGC 7000 Ha Nor...
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Messier 8 Ha Lagoon Nebula.
Messier 8 Ha Lagoon Nebula.
Messier 8 Ha La...
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IC 1396 Ha Elephant Trunk Nebula
IC 1396 Ha Elephant Trunk Nebula
IC 1396 Ha Elep...
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NGC 6888 Ha
NGC 6888 Ha
NGC 6888 Ha
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NGC 281 Ha Pac Man Nebula
NGC 281 Ha Pac Man Nebula
NGC 281 Ha Pac ...
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NGC2237 Ha with QHY8 and SW 190mm Mak-New.  Rosette Nebula
NGC2237 Ha with QHY8 and SW 190mm Mak-New. Rosette Nebula
NGC2237 Ha with...
 
 
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