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zakkhogan

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  1. I started a fb campaign to get sir Patrick as the face of the new £50. however since then the Bank of England are now taking nominations on its website for British scientist. Please follow this link to nominate Sir Patrick as the face of the be £50 https://app.keysurvey.co.uk/f/1348443/10fc/ Please help make sir Patrick immortalized on this new £50 note. Many Craig
  2. Hi Barry, The problem is that DSO's are very very dim, always difficult, but your yes need to be really dark adapted and you need to look at the object for a good few mins before it starts to emerge
  3. Mike, thank you so much for this information, I really appreciate it, I would love to ask you a few questions about the shutter as mine gets stuck quite frequently. And thank you so much for the instructions, will have a read through the tonight. Thanks again Craig
  4. Great shots and wonderfully presentation
  5. Great shots and wonderfully presentation
  6. Cracking image, looks like a lot of time and effort went in to it, we'll done
  7. Excellent, what set up did you use?
  8. well done, looks great
  9. Thanks for all the great feedback. Feel pretty chuffed inspiring Dave so thanks all. Here's my reworked attempt
  10. great images Dave, i cant believe how may stars you've captured. Awsome job
  11. Great image, what set up did you use?
  12. Nice detail, especially for 15sec subs. Well Dionne
  13. Hi all, not been around for awhile or even been out for ages, a combination for bad weather and work commitments. Went out last night\this morning 06/09/15 Taken using my Canon EOS500, at ISO1600 and my CPC800 Telescope. Total of 35min Exposure. Comprised of 22 images, 20 @120 seconds and 2 @200 seconds
  14. So not your normal homemade obsy, but here's my birthday cake my amazing girlfriend made me
  15. fantastic, has a really natural look to it
  16. Thanks Chris So should I use the remove the IR cut \ L filter from the train competently?
  17. Hi all I didn't want to high-jack the other thread re: IR Pass filter. I recently bought the Astronomik ProPlanet 742 IR-pass filter expecting to achieve better results when imaging. I went out for the first time with it last night and tried using it in different positions in the optical chain. 1) replaced the L fitler for the IR pass filter 2) fitted it into position 4 of the filter wheel without the L filter in place 3) same as above with the L filter in place. I targeted Venus first, being nice and bright, I had to increase the gain up to 100% and the exposure up to the point that I was capturing at around 14 / 20fps. Introducing the colour filters just made the situation worse. When turning to Jupiter it was impossible to image Equipment used: CPC800 ZWO ASI120MM LRGB Filters + Wheel Televue 2x Powermate Any advice appreciated Thanks Craig
  18. Nice one guys, wont being trying that one in a hurry then Thanks all for the input. Craig
  19. Just a random thought, Obviously a DSLR images in full colour but would there be any benefit of using a LRGB filter set while imaging? Ta Craig
  20. Love the top pic, very gothic
  21. Fantastic shot, especially for you first effort and from an ipod. Well done
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