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On the one night I was out on my feet (too much decorating), mother nature obliged by providing the first clear night for ages. Couldn't get out big scope to capture videos of Jupiter (it was behind a pile of furniture - my scope not Jupiter), so used Canon 600D DSLR with EOS telephoto lens all on Star Adventurer mount. Captured 10x30sec lights of M35 in and around Gemini all at ISO800. Bit noisy and stars elongated at the edges, but hey-ho real contemporary photons from my own Backyard!  Added a few of Neil's spikes for a real pretty technicolour picture.

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Backyard Astronomy

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