SBIG ST8300M, Astrodon filters: RGB E-Series GenII
LRGB Total 2:10 hours = L 65 min. [17x5 min.] + R,G,B 3x5 min. each
Boren-Simon 2.8-8 CF (Carbon Fiber) OTA - http://www.powernewts.com
AP GTO1200 mount, guided w/PHD and EQMOD
This area of the Chameleon Cloud Complex lies under Carina, in northern Chameleon, and covers roughly just under 2 degrees of sky. The region lies close to the mutually shared corner with Carina, Musca and Chameleon.
The scene, named "GN 11.06.0" features the bright reflection nebula IC 2631 (on the left hand -north - side of the image) and the nearby dark nebulosity Be 144. IC 2631 lies at 11 09 52.79 -76 36 51.5, and is about 5 arcmin across.
The bright blue reflection nebula on the right is Ced 111 and the bright ivory color one just to the right of the middle is Ced 110. The orange triangular nebula on the right is the (seen spectrum from the) Chamaeleon Infrared Nebula, GN11.07.3. If you look carefully, you can see two lightly reddish blobs nearly halfway between Ced 110 and Ced 111 - these are the Herbig Haro objects HH 49 and HH 50.
At the very top of the image, well above Ced 111, the mag. 17 galaxy PGC32994 can be seen too.
This image is 1024 x 772 pixels.