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paul mc c

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About paul mc c

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  1. Managed to get this yesterday morning,very close to the Sun so wouldnt attempt if i had no goto. Image was really like looking over a fire and at times could hardly make out the cresent,really bad seeing,but thought i would image it any way. c9.25 @f10 and zwo 224mc.
  2. Thanks mate,just downloaded it there,so will give it a go.
  3. I cant answer your question,but really like your pic,could you tell me how you took it please.
  4. Unlucky......that would have been some thing to catch.
  5. Yes John,tried last night with the 12",but could barely see the galaxy,i think under dark skies you may have a chance.
  6. Thats scary.....i was just saying that exact thing to my son when i heard your reply.....
  7. Just for the record really,my first image of a super nova,very low and a lot of haze, so lucky to get it. c80ed and modded 450d @ around 1 hour of 2 min subs.
  8. Nice one,was on this last night,if mine is like this i will be well happy.
  9. This was just over 2 hours,with flats and bias frames using c9,25 @ f6.3.
  10. Dob out viewing Venus, lovely thin crescent, waiting for darker skies.
  11. Venus this evening,getting thinner but bigger. c9.25 and zwo 224mc @f10 and f20.
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