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    Cervinia,Valle D'Aosta,Italy

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  1. Two nights ago I catured these photos with my 16" Dob and Asi 120mm camera.
  2. Which eyepieces did you get for your astigmatism Don?
  3. That's what I was aiming to do. I also tried to make the stars much smaller as their were too many. The shot was taken with a half moon so some gradient is present when trying to stretch too much.
  4. Canon 5D MKIII attached to an Orion ED 80 refractor. 16 x 5min frames at iso 800.
  5. Fantastic first light. The sharpness stands out.
  6. Moon with Canon 5D MkIII and 10" Quattro
  7. Left home at 22:00 last night on foot and arrived at 06:00. I had to gain quite a bit of altitude in order to have a good visual of the comet.
  8. I also have the 10" Quattro. The stock focuser is not up to the task of Astrophotography by a long shott. I also updated it immediatly to a moonlight and stepper motor. I would advise you to get the carbon fibre version as the steel version is not great when loaded fully for Astrophotography. I had a carbon tube made for mine.
  9. After taking some images of a Comet last night I decided to slew to M101 and let the scope pay for its keep for the rest of the evening. 10 x 600s in ,R,G and B 18 x 600s in L Scope: Sywatcher Quattro 10" Mount: Mesu 200 Camera: Atik 383L Filters: Baader I will try and acquire some more data this evening.
  10. Asi 120mm hooked up to my homemade 16 inch dob. This is not in perfect focus but I was playing around with my Dob that I only use for visual. I am quite pleased with this brief attempt.
  11. I use Pixinsight to add Ha to the red channel of my rgb image.
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