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  1. 2 points
    MWP1 (Motch-Werner-Pakull 1) also known as The Methuselah Nebula is a rarely-imaged faint bi-polar planetary nebula in the constellation of Cygnus. It is one of the largest known planetary nebulae - spanning some 15 light years. It lies around 4,500 light years from Earth. Astrodon Blue: 16x300" Astrodon Green: 16x300" Astrodon Lum: 18x600" Astrodon Red: 16x300" Astrodon Ha: 35x1800s bin 2x2 Astrodon OIII: 37x1800s bin 2x2 Total Integration: 43 hours Captured on my dual rig in Spain. Scopes: APM TMB LZOS 152 Cameras: QSI6120wsg8 Mount: 10Micron GM2000 HPS
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    I know this is never going to win any prizes and at the moment I am only playing getting use to my new mount and 183MC camera, not as if I used the 071 Pro very much, so that hardly old and for the bin yet. This shot of M16 was started when it was at 23 degrees above the horizon and finished at a shade above 15 degrees, this is about an hour of 3 minute subs and all the other bits. I am really rather surprised with the result as it is usable if not great and added to could well improve it even this low down. Every frame used Considering where it was in the sky the guide from the CEM60 is not too bad either. Didn't look pretty though. Alan
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