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Rattler

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About Rattler

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  1. BST Explorer eyepieces for sale 25mm, 18mm (SOLD) and 5mm (SOLD) Hardly used and excellent condition No boxes £35 each includes postage.
  2. I use the Combo but can't get a full disc due to my rig. I'd like to though but I suppose that's down to the camera.
  3. Hi guys. I'm after an M48 30mm extension and assorted M48 fine adjustment rings please. Mainly 0.5mm and 1mm. Thanks..
  4. Thanks mate. My first refection nebula so very pleased with it.
  5. NGC 1333 26/09/20 Preston, UK Scope- Altair Astro 102 ED-R Mount- SW NEQ6 Pro Camera- Zwo ASI294MC Pro Filter- Skytech L-Pro Max Guide camera- Zwo ASI290MM Capture and control- Zwo ASIair Pro 100x 180s (5 hours) 120 gain -10c 20 darks 50 of each flats and flat darks Calibrated and integrated in APP, Processed in Pixinsight and PS.
  6. Thanks. It's in Casseopeia.
  7. This is supernova remnant CTB1/LBN 576 (Abell 85) in HOO+RGB. Known by some as the Popped Balloon or Garlic Nebula This has been a real challenge but I'm passed the stage of several targets a night and want to get the time in. I had never heard of this object until I was looking around Stellarium for more obscure targets. It's listed as a custom object. I spoke to a few imagers who had captured this and they told me how faint and difficult it was. It was hit or miss whether I'd pick up anything worthwhile with OSC but I wanted to give it a shot. These guys were hitting it with 30min exposures in mono. My 900s exposures showed barely any nebulosity. After searching on Astrobin, there weren't loads of images of it and I can't find a single image of this in solely OSC. A first? Maybe. CTB1 is approx 9780 light years away, spans approx 98 light years in diameter and is thought to be around 10,000 years old. It was catalogued by George Abell as a planetary nebula as Abell 85 but was suggested to be a SNR by Sidney van den Bergh in 1960. This was confirmed in 1971 by Willis and Dickel. A shell rupture can be seen in the top right of the image. Imaged on the 13th, 17th, 20th and 21st September '20 Preston, UK Altair Astro Starwave 102 ED-R Skywatcher NEQ6 Pro Zwo ASI294 MC Pro STC Duo (Ha and OIII), Skytech L-Pro Max Zwo ASI290MM (guiding) Zwo ASIair Pro 72x 900s (18 hours) Ha/OIII 40x 180s (2 hours) RGB stars 48 darks 50 flats and 50 flat darks per session Ha channel added as luminance RGB added for stars Calibrated and integrated in APP, Processed in Pixinsight and PS
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