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Dave Moulton

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  1. Just getting my own back , mines rubbish
  2. Gee, Jellyfish Neb , running man, running chicken, skull and crossbones, the propellor, butterfly, withches broom. Who dreams all these names up. At least this one resembles the name pretty well. It's a fine image, showing great resolution, superb guiding . I think this image will sell some scopes. Having said that mines better
  3. I certainly do, I smashed a tooth earlier this week. Thanks Buddy for the comments
  4. Thanks guys for the positive comments. There is a mistake in the original post, the data was taken not with my TS 130 Apo as stated but with my Meade ED80. Apologies. However I do have an image of the Carina Nebula taken with the TS 130 Apo which I will include. The star processing is rubbish on this version. I do have a better one but it's on a different machine. I'll post the image if anyone is interested. I probably should add that I've been a SGL member for some years, I moved from Wales to Australia in 2015 so have been lucky to be able to image in both Hemispheres
  5. Taken with a QSi583 Scope TS130 Apo From Yea , Victoria Australia 6Hrs Narrowband taken over 2nights
  6. It's Hubble mapped, 3 hrs in total. Ha was very strong I only used 40 mins Ha
  7. Taken with a QSi583 Scope TS130 Apo From Yea , Victoria Australia
  8. Moved from the UK to Australia back in 2015. Just getting back into Astrophotography image is 3hrs of narrowband data taken with a QSI583 through a Meade Ed80ED80
  9. quite agree. Brian's comment about observing mars was spot on, even more impressive I felt was the fact that he offered the advise that observing Saturn can be just the opposite. Btw not only 5hrs but that image of the jellyfish was also taken over two nights. Misleading sometimes the over simplification astrophotography gets
  10. Now there is wide and then there is ultrawide and now we have ultra mega wide Fantastic well done Martin
  11. Just checking for the soap bubble, I missed that one
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