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morimarty

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  1. Like you I couldn't resist a quick Vis as I was setting my camere up. you caught some nice detail in that pic.
  2. Well worth posting you have captured lots of detail.
  3. Some nice detail captured Micheal considering the wobbly conditions.
  4. A beautifull sharp image Rodd from the C11e
  5. Very nice Simon, loads of detail captured in this image. the condions last night were very tempting.
  6. Some super detail in this image Peter. very well done for sticking with it. It as certainly paid off for you.
  7. Great write up and a Great image Astroavani. I now want to point my C11 in marths direction.
  8. They are superb Simon, you have managed to extract even more detal out of them without introducing noise. they really are very smooth!
  9. Hi Gorann I did a Ha-o111rgb version of m76 back in 2014, In fact it is actually in the deepsky showcase 2014 thread. I used a C11xlt and an atik 314l camera with baader filters. I did bin 2x2 as I was having to do 20+ minute exposures @f10 and on a neq6 was quite testing. Its great to see this gem of a PN back in the spotlight so very well done on your image!
  10. Welcome back Neil, and back with a bang they are two corkers.
  11. Another very detailed image Simon from a very dodgy nights seeing, It as a lovely pastel colour hint to my eyes.
  12. Two lovely detailed images of jupiter Angie, There are some top quality jupiter images of late being produced from the UK. And yours is up there with the best of them!
  13. Thats a real stunner Pete. It as got to be one of the best UK images of jupiter this year!
  14. M82

    What a beautiful galaxy M82 is Paddy and your image as really done it proud excellent.
  15. Theres some very fine detail around the belts wormholes Simon, I know the conditions were far from Ideal that night so very well done.