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codeman

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  1. Thanks Mick Tom - You can see some yellow stars on the right side and above the Galaxy. John - No of course I didn't took all this hardware with me ...I rent it locally. I was quit easy for me to operate it since I also have ASA mount at home.
  2. This is one of my unprocessed left over raw data from my 2017 Namibia trip. Preparing for my 2019 upcoming astrophotography trip I process this NGC4945 beautiful galaxy. Photo details: 16 x 5Min Luminance in BIN1 = 80 Min 20Min for each RGB in BIN2 = 60Min Total Expo: 2:20 Hours Hardware used: Telescope: ASA 12'' F3.6 Astrograph Mount: ASA DDM85 Mount Camera: FLI8300 with Astrodon filters Thanks for watching, Haim Hul i
  3. Thank you all for your great feedback
  4. Took this M104 aka the Sombrero Galaxy during my lest year visit to Namibia (April 2017). M104 is quite a small object for an F3.6 telescope but since it is very difficult to photo this object from my country I decided to take some photos. Hope you like it Photo details: 6 x 10Min Luminance in BIN1 = 1 Hour 25Min for each RGB in BIN2 = 75Min Total Expo: 2:15 Hours Hardware used: Telescope: ASA 12'' F3.6 Astrograph Mount: ASA DDM85 Mount Camera: FLI8300 with Astrodon filters You can also check my other versions of this Galaxy in my Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/101543943@N04/ Thanks for watching, Haim Huli
  5. Thanks Yes it is 3x5min for each channel. I think I should have taking more RGB since it was hard to process it.
  6. Took this photo of the Markarian's Chain during my visit to Namibia in April 2017. Photo Details: 8 x 10Min Lum channel. 15 Min for each RGB channel Telescope: ASA 12'' F3.6 Mount: ASA DDM85 Camera: FLI8300 Mono with Astrodon filters Thanks for watching, Haim Huli
  7. Thanks. For location of the Galaxy I found a very nice zoom in video of ESO:
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