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Astrobug

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About Astrobug

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  1. Astrobug

    Cloudy Skies every night

    Same here in Belgium. The last 4 weeks I was only able to focus my new OAG and do a cilibration with PHD2. Oh yea I forgot, I have a 120 sec picture of M1. Great start for 2019
  2. Astrobug

    m1

    Great shot.
  3. Astrobug

    iOptron CEM120 - any opinions?

    This mount is one to follow.
  4. The esprit is indeed a great scope. Pin point stars in the corners with a 1600mm. Coming from a ts 80 triplet, it is a real upgrade.
  5. Astrobug

    M33

    This is a little M33 from my backyard. ASI 1600MM pro Lum 300 x 60 sec RGB 3 x 60 x 60 sec Esprit 100 Avalon Linear & autoguiding Software APT, EQ mod & PS CS6.
  6. Astrobug

    NGC7635 HaRGB

    I played this afternoon a bit with the data. It seems I have use the saturation tool too much on the color data. With less saturation the colors stays closer to the star. The only way left to get more color is to collect more data if i'm not wrong.
  7. Astrobug

    Fish Head Nebula

    Really nice processing and instructive post about the FSQ 106 reducer.
  8. I agree with wimvb, dithering is the solution.
  9. Astrobug

    NGC7635 HaRGB

    I'm using a layer with the stars before the deconvolution as toplayer in photoshop. Left is with the layer active and right it is off.
  10. Astrobug

    NGC7635 HaRGB

    50 times Red with subs of 60 sec, 50 times Green with subs of 60 sec and 50 times Blue with subs of 60 sec. I try to keep it short in the description
  11. Astrobug

    NGC7635 HaRGB

    You are talking about the rings around the big stars mostly in the border of the picture? These are coming from the color layer. The stars are much smaller on the Ha layer and the color expand over the border of the Ha stars. This is something I struggle with. Maybe more RGB integration could help by getting the same level of color with less stretching the curve?
  12. Astrobug

    NGC7635 HaRGB

    This is one from last week. I was trying to keep the colors neutral to give a more "natural" look. ASI 1600MM pro H-alpha (6nm) 249 x 120 sec 3 x 50 x RGB 60 sec Esprit 100 Avalon Linear & autoguiding Software APT, EQ mod & PS CS6.
  13. Astrobug

    NGC7000

    The last 2 weeks I was to lucky to get several clear nights. This is the result of 7 nights. Badly the clear nights are never in the weekends Config: ASI 1600MM pro H-alpha (6nm) 265 x 120 sec OIII 97 (6nm) x 120 sec SII 91(6nm) x 120 sec Esprit 100 Avalon Linear & autoguiding Software APT, EQ mod & PS CS6.
  14. Astrobug

    irregular star shape-newtonian

    Is your camera bayonet tight? In the past mine was tilting the whole camera. Try to make a picture on the other side of the meridian and see how the star shape change. With a loose bayonet gravity is a real nightmare.
  15. Astrobug

    APT Bahtinov Aid Focus Problems

    I have this problem when the spikes of my secondary are in the same axis as the bahtinov spikes. Maybe you can give it a try to rotate your mask a bit?
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