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orionoffelt

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  1. Imaged over two nights 19/20-04-20 Luminance of 24 x 300 RGB of 6 x 300 each All binned 2 x 2 11" Celestron F 6.3 QHY9m camera Bob
  2. I thought them worth having a go at interesting group. Bob
  3. Imaged on 13-04-2020 Luminance of 29 x 300 RGB of 6 x 300 each All binned 2 x 2 Celestron 11" scope at F6.3 QHY9m camera Bob
  4. Thanks for the feedback it is an interesting target I try and find targets which have not been imaged much especially at this FL. Bob
  5. This is a peculiar dwarf galaxy one of the companion galaxies of M101 the Pinwheel galaxy has strongly distorted the disc of this galaxy. Imaged over two nights 26-03-20 / 11-04-20 both nights were poor as there was high cloud around. Luminance of 21 x 300 RGB of 6 x 300 each all binned 2 x 2 scope Celestron 11" camera QHY9m Bob
  6. I imaged this before Alan with a shorter FL as part of Markarian’s chain they looked interesting so I had a go with my 11” scope FL of 1764 mm with focal reducer in line I had to crop this image to use some Luminance from last year as the cameras were not well orientated I liked my image better from this year but it Was noisier with only having 15 x300 of Luminance. Bob
  7. Imaged over two nights 29-04-19 / 19-03-20 still a bit noisy had to crop the image as last years camera orientation not a good match. Luminance of 35 x 300 RGB of 6 x 300 each all binned 2 x 2 Celestron 11" scope at F 6.3 QHY9m camera Bob
  8. Thanks Wim I have thought about imaging this dwarf galaxy for years but it didn’t look that good when I looked at the images on the Web but I was surprised at the detail in it when I imaged it. I am sure you it will be worth you while to give it a go. Bob
  9. I was going to image this with my Celestron 11" scope on Thursday night but it was to windy for that set up so I had ago with my WO 90 at F 5.5 Luminance of 18 x 600 un binned RGB of 6 x 300 each binned 2 x 2 WO 90 scope QHY9m camera
  10. Imaged over three nights old RGB from 2015 of 11 x 420 + 9 x 600 Luminance imaged on 15-01-20 of 8 x 300 un binned Scope WO 90 QHY9m and QHY8 Pro cameras Bob
  11. Imaged over two nights a bit of a faint one this 01/15-01-20 Luminance of 15 x 600 and 4 x 900 un binned RGB of 7 x 300 each binned 2 x 2 WO 90 scope QHY9m camera Bob
  12. Nice image Alan good detail. Bob
  13. Thanks for the comment it is an interesting area to image. Bob
  14. Imaged over two nights 17/31-12-19 Luminance of 15 x 600 un binned RGB of 6 x 300 each binned 2 x 2 WO 90 scope QHY9m camera Bob
  15. A nice image for a difficult target. Bob
  16. Thanks Alan it turned out better than I was expecting you just cannot tell what you will get after imaging a target for the first time. Bob
  17. Imaged over the last two nights 16/17-12-19 Luminance of 17 x 600 un binned RGB of 7 x 300 each binned 2 x 2 WO 90 scope QHY9 m camera Bob
  18. Thanks I had a few try’s at processing it I think this was about the best effort. Bob
  19. This is the full frame Vdb 1 is a bit small I might try this one with my 11" scope to get a better FOV Bob CV_Vdb 1 Lum+2.tif
  20. I have had problems loading this image so here it again this is the cropped version . Imaged over two nights 01/03-19 Luminance of 11 x 600 un binned RGB of 5 x 300 each binned 2 x 2 WO 90 scope QHY9m camera Bob
  21. Imaged over two nights 01/03-12-19 Luminance of 11 x 600 un binned RGB of 5 x 300 each binned 2 x 2 WO 90 scope QHY9m camera Bob CV_Vdb 1 Lum+2.tif
  22. Thanks Martin, this one was a bit difficult to process maybe because of the dark dust ? Bob
  23. Thanks for the feed back it does look a bit dark I will have a look at it again on my computer I find that most images looks fine when I process them but when uploaded onto the web sometimes they look a bit dark. Bob
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