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Night Hawk

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About Night Hawk

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    Swimming, Cycling, Reading war memoirs, 2nd Dan Budo TaiJutsu and Newbie Astronomer
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    Nottingham
  1. Very good Diy obs...like it. Nice astro images too.
  2. Hehe. Thank you very much John78. Not bad for a vivitar 28 -70mm lens cranked down to 28 and open at the minimum 3.9 fstop. I think the problem with the whites could be that I've done them at the same speed as the lights/subs at 15 or 13s and not 1/4000s the same the darks!! Thx again
  3. I'm still have trouble with DSS I've tried different settings, uninstalled and reinstalled, taken different subs with a differents lens at different iso etc. Im sure I'll get there one day. Ive got a link below with subs, darks, flats, bias. Feel free to take a look if you have a spare 10 mins or so. Thank you https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ar48je62aKSujjlKjPpIDwVie9db Thannks
  4. Hi, Just wondering if anyone can help or point me in the right direction as trying to get the basics for AP. I have taken only 11 subs with darks, flats bias. No problems there. However when using DSS when checking the star threshold at 3% 578 stars are dectected. When I register the checked pictures no stars are detected and the result is just 1 frame out of eleven! Does this mean the other 10 frames have been discarded as they are poor? Do I need more subs and maybe focus better? I have gone through the DSS help guide, other guides and different settings but to no avail . Incidently using canon 100d - 18-55 lens. MF at 18mm iso1600. 11x20s subs - shot in RAW. Attached is one of my subs. Thank you for taking time out to help IMG_0461.CR2
  5. Night Hawk

    Planetary

    All images are taken with a 200p on a dobsonian base. Canon 100d camera. Either barlowed or in prime focus
  6. Hoping for a clear night tonight. Still showing no cloud on the FLO weather app, yippee. Going to try and find heart and soul nebula tonight with my new UHC

  7. Night Hawk

    DSC 0918

    Is the blurring on the edges of the moon due to scope or camera?
  8. Night Hawk

    Moon first ever moon pics

    Taken with my xperia z1 camera phone on manual settings with ev at -2. Used 200p scope & 25mm ep with grey moon filter Is blurring on the edges of moon due to scope or camera?
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