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Wide FOV NB Ha Lodestar X2

Wide FOV NB Ha Lodestar X2
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These captures were made during a near real time viewing session using a small 50mm finder scope and a Lodestar X2 mono camera equipped with narrow band Ha filter. The scope has a focal length of 180mm that allows viewing of large emission nebulae such as California, heart and Soul and Rosette. Using such a small scope does create field curvature problems at the edges and corners, but still presents a nice view of the DSO.

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