|Date/Place||2019-01-12 at Elijah Observatory|
|Integration||Focal reducer: YES|
Equivalent focal Length: 328mm
L: 67 x 600 sec.
RGB: 25 x 600 sec. for each color channel.
|Comment||The Volcano Nebula is part of the IFN (Integrated Flux Nebula). In contrast to the typical and well known gaseous nebulas within the plane of the Milky Way galaxy, IFNs lie beyond the main body of the galaxy. The term was coined by Steve Mandel-Wilson who defined them as "high galactic latitude nebulae that are illuminated not by a single star (as most nebula in the plane of the Galaxy are) but by the energy from the integrated flux of all the stars in the Milky Way. These nebulae clouds, an important component of the interstellar medium, are composed of dust particles, hydrogen and carbon monoxide and other elements." (Text adapted from Wikipedia)|