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Everything posted by sloz1664

  1. That's going to be a fabulous project. 105" computer screens across the 8.5ft wall Steve
  2. I agree with Anne, yours is the newer 2.2 Pulsar Dome and Anne & mine are the older 2.1 Pulsar Domes. When you assemble your dome, if can take some photos of the wall and dome configuration I could possibly help on how to modify it. Steve
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    PixInsight,,,,,its looks complicated

    If you feel Pixinsight is not for you. Try StarTools, it's not so icon based and a "no limit" trial version is available. Altough you cannot print with the trial version. http://www.startools.org/ Steve
  4. Great scope and as you pointed out 19 kg is not too heavy for a 12" scope. Steve
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    Hi From Ellesmere Port New to Forum

    Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge. Good luck on your choice of scope Steve
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    New Membor

    Hi Mat and a very warm welcome to the Lounge. Nice photo's btw Steve
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    PixInsight,,,,,its looks complicated

    Harry's videos are a great way to learning Pixinsight. They're free and what's more Harry Page is a prominent member of this site https://www.harrysastroshed.com/pixinsight/pixinsight video html/Pixinsighthome.html Steve
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    Looking and learning

    Hi Deb and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    South Pole Aurora Video

    Stunning video of an incredible sky. Amazing how many satellites there are during the time lapse scenes. Steve
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    Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    The Horse Head in HaRGB

    I see your point Olly. Although Alnitak is not present in my image NGC 2023 is. It certainly shows in the RGB image but not prevalent in the Ha image. Steve
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    The Horse Head in HaRGB

    I'm presently imaging Barnard 33 only and fortunately Alnitak is not in the image Steve
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    The Horse Head in HaRGB

    Outstanding Peter, simply outstanding Steve
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    Photo Processing software

    If it's image post processing you want try StarTools. You can download a non expiry package to trial, but printing is disabled unless you purchase the package. Steve
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    Avalon Linear Fast reverse mount for sale

    You will not regret buying the Avalon Linear Reverse, especially the Synscan version. I love mine. Steve
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    Hi Claydon and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  17. Beautiful capture and nicely framed. Yes it certainly brings home the size differential of the two objects. Steve
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    My first Jupiter 2019

    Looks good to me
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    Simply stunning.
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    Large Prom 30-1-19

    Very nice capture indeed. Steve
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    The Sun - 2nd Feb 2019

    Great set of images
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    Sun Full Disk from January 29 2019

    That's a great image. You must be very pleased with it. Steve
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    Bro wants to build me an observatory!

    What a great brother you have. As others have remarked and if the project goes ahead....Photos please. Steve
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    Brand new

    Hi Ferre, a very warm welcome to the Lounge and welcome back to the hobby you once "lost" Steve
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    SGPro not slewing after plate solve

    I found that Pinpoint needs exact pixel scale settings for your camera to work successfully. Although I have the full, paid version of Pinpoint I have far more success with the free PlateSolve2. Btw what mount are you currently using? Steve

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