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Debo

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  1. Debo

    M67_20190224

    Thanks for your reply Adrian, it certainly is a bad case of the bloat , I'm just wondering where it comes from.
  2. Here's a not very inspiring image of M67 (12 x 4min lights) taken with a Borg90FL and a Canon 60Da. Help please, the brighter stars in this image have blue halos, what could cause this problem (camera alignment, telescope lens, poor focus) ? Thanks
  3. Me too, still there's more action to come in the future
  4. Ian , I used a Borg 90FL telescope, a Quark Chromosphere filter and a ZWO 178mm cmos camera.
  5. It was nice (and rare) to see some action on the sun today, here are a couple of prom shots from this morning.
  6. Excellent steady seeing last night, there was some thin high cloud which probably helped. Here's a couple of close-ups (Equip:- 180Mak and zwo 178)
  7. Thanks Olly and Martin for your comments, I'm going to have another crack at processing his one
  8. Here's an image from 4th Feb, I think I might have fiddled with colours a bit too much Canon 60Da and Borg FL90, 10x4min subs
  9. Probably my favourite two open clusters M35 and NGC 2158 (they're fabulous sight in the eyepiece) Image from last night - Canon60Da, Borg 90FL, 10 4min subs.
  10. Debo

    M38

    A (badly focused) quickie from last night, the open cluster M38 in Auriga. Canon 60Da and Borg 90Fl, 6 subs of 5 mins.
  11. Have a great trip, you will really enjoy it. We did a similar trip in 2009. Here's a couple of images taken , 1) Flagstaff (my son at the business end of the telescope) 2) Meteor crater (you will need a wide angle lens)
  12. High cloud made for a nice lunar halo this evening, Canon 60Da and 8mm fisheye.
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