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  1. Hi all, this is 3x300s of comet palomar i captured last night in the early hours of 20/4/21, after i had finished my main imaging session. Telescope OOUK ODK12...Cam A A 294C ProTec ..Baader Moon & Skyglow Filter...Mount..Ioptron Cem120ec,, Bob.
  2. Hi Dave, thanks for looking. Yes, i have also had a go at Leonard a week or so ago but not much showing through among the stars then so decided to leave it for a couple of weeks. Bob.
  3. Hi ,during this run of clear nights i have had in Stoke-on-Trent i have imaged this comet 2020 R4 ATLAS. Taken the early morning of Friday the 16/4/21 just after 3 o'clock ,It is 4x80s with my OOUK ODK 12 and A A 294C ProTEC. Bob.
  4. Last night i was able to get another go at the nova in Cassiopeia. 1st pic is 2x180s with my ODK12 and A A ProTec294c,2nd pic is 1x180s through my Star71mm and Zwo 1600mc-c.. Bob
  5. Yesterday's early evening Moon. 2 pane stich, 25% stack of around 1,000frs for each pane captured in Sharpcap. OOUK ODK12...A A 294 C ProTec... IOPTRON CEM 120EC. Bob.
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    A lovely image.
  7. Thank you for your kind comment AstroNtinos. Bob.
  8. Hi, just got to image even with the moon out. M82 the Cigar Galaxy imaged the evenings of the 25th & 26th FEB. Just over 11hrs image time, [nearly daylight to my thinking]. Filters used Optlong L-eXtreem and Baader Neodymium & IR-Cut Moon & Skyglow. 141 x 180s..51 x 300s Scope OOUK ODK12. f6-8
  9. Decided to image the moon yesterday afternoon for first time in ages before starting deepsky.[witch turned out hopeless in the end]. Best 25% of around 800 frs stacked in AutoStakkert, ICE for stitching, Reg6 and Photoshop for sharpening and color. Capture software, Sharp Cap pro. OOUK OD12" ...A A 294C ProTec ..IOPTRON CEM120EC Mount. Bob.
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    Moon 22 Feb

    Well done. Bob.
  11. A nicely captured image.
  12. A great pic again Peter. Bob.
  13. Very nicely done. Bob.
  14. Absolutely beautiful images Peter, great processing well done . Bob.
  15. Thank you Peter. Best Regards Bob.
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