NGC7000-The North America Nebula, and IC5067-The Pelican Nebula

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Narrowband Image of NGC7000 - The North America Nebula, and  IC5067 - The Pelican Nebula in the constellation of Cygnus
Frame centered aprox. RA = 20h 54m 30s, DEC = +44 13'
Televue NP-101 (4-inch f/5.4 APO refractor)
Losmandy G11 German Equatorial
Guide Scope:
Stellarvue S80/9D refractor supported by a Robin Casady TGAD (Tandem Guidescope Aiming Device)
Guide Camera:
Orion StarShoot AutoGuider & PHD software
Imaging Camera:
QSI 583ws
This is a 3-tile mosaic comprised of eight 15-minute exposures each tile through Astrodon 5nm Ha, SII, and OIII filters, for a grand total of 72 exposures.  MaximDL was used to calibrate, align, stack, and stitch the exposures into 3 separate mosaics (ha, sii, and oiii).  These were then loaded into Photoshop CS6 where they were color combined (Hubble palette), and processed.
Shooting Location:
The Ha and SII exposures were taken from my back yard in the heavily light polluted city of Virginia Beach, VA.   The OIII filter requires a darker sky, so those 24 exposures were taken at Tree Farm Campground in Springfield, VT during the week following the Stellafane Convention.
Ha and SII taken 16, 17, and 18 June 2012;   OIII taken 22, 23, and 24 August 2012
The filter assignments used here was Ha=Red, OIII=Green, and SII=Blue, (HOS).  This combination produces a false-color image that is more natural looking than one produced with the Hubble palette.