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Mark62

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  1. WADAS forum 4

    Lovely image Vicky. It was nice to get such a clear sky as we did on Thursday night. Going to bed at 6:45 am after observing all night was fun
  2. WADAS forum 4

    Looks good to me Dec nice sharp stars 👍🏻
  3. WADAS forum 4

    Sorry Ryan I'm in London today. hope it stays clear
  4. WADAS forum 4

    The book should be £40. At that price it's a steel
  5. WADAS forum 4

    Heads up everyone WHSmiths
  6. WADAS forum 4

    That might have been beginners luck. I'm having problems with APT at the moment. It recognisers my camera but it won't let me do live view or take images
  7. WADAS forum 4

    lol don't hold you breath Dec you just might pass out if you waite for me
  8. WADAS forum 4

    Hope all goes well for Wales Damian and you get some clear sky's. I will be joining Vicky at Kelling next Thursday until the Monday. It's going to be a long day next Thursday as I go to London on Tuesday come back on Thursday and set off to Kelling as soon as I get home. Hope the kettle will be on Vicky.
  9. WADAS forum 4

    Thanks Dec. I can say the same of your image too. Lovely detail and colour, focus is spot on too 👍🏻
  10. WADAS forum 4

    Thanks Damian
  11. WADAS forum 4

    A single 5 minute exposure of the Milky Way from Suffolk. Canon 80d sigma 10-24mm at 10mm, skywatchers star Adventure. It's noisy due to it being a single sub. You can clearly see NGC6383, M6 the Butterfly cluster, M8 the Lagoon Nebula, M20 the Triffid Nebula, M21, M16 the Eagle Nebula, M17 the Omega Nebula, M18, and a hole host of others
  12. WADAS forum 4

    Cheers Damian for the heads up 👍🏻
  13. WADAS forum 4

    I was thinking the same when I read the notification
  14. WADAS forum 4

    Lovely image Jay. The SGPro worked well by the looks.
  15. WADAS forum 4

    its a shame because it looks as if it's going to be nice out
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