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gonzostar

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  1. Hi I have being asked ito look into Astrophysics projects. Which are suitable for reasonably bright secondary school kids, that they can do from home Any ideas greatly appreciated Cheers Dean
  2. I could have tried it on the C8. However my guiding errors would come into play I remember when I first found it in 1992 with my oold binoculars in peak district. Was amazed then but a challenge now in this light pollution on south coast
  3. thanks Mick looking to imaging m42 providing the clouds stay away!
  4. Thanks Rodd Now going for m42 and all its multiple subs. Should be a larger image ! Dean
  5. hello This is my version of M1 the crab nebula from late last year. The data has being collected over past 2months and is cropped. A very frustrating time trying to beat the weather but hay ho Telescope - 102mm APO ES refractor on a AVX mount Camera- Canon 70d unmoded iso800 with a IDAS-D2 filter. Duration 5hours - 300s lights., Darks, flats and bias frames also taken Guided with PHD2 and processed in PS Cheers thanks for looking. Of course any improvements welcome Dean
  6. Ok i see it now. Hopefully adjusted and slightly better
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    M33

    hello This is my version of M33. The data has being collected over past 3 months and is heavily cropped. A very frustrating time trying to beat the weather but hay ho Telescope - 102mm APO ES refractor on a AVX mount Camera- Canon 70d unmoded iso800 with a IDAS-D2 filter. Duration 7hours - 300s lights., Darks, flats and bias frames also taken Guided with PHD2 and processed in PS Cheers thanks for looking. Of course any improvements welcome Dean
  8. Cool shall look forward to seeing it soon
  9. Thanks Wim I took off dew heater in the summer so some dew may have got on to lens. What is your latest project? I am struggling to upload tiff file at mo!
  10. Hello This is my version of M31 . The data has being collected over past 3 months and is cropped Telescope - 102mm APO ES refractor on a AVX mount Camera- Canon 70d unmoded iso800 with a IDAS-D2 filter. Duration 14 hours - 300s lights., Darks, flats and bias frames also taken Guided with PHD2 and processed in PS Cheers thanks for looking. Of course any improvements welcome I have included the tiff file if anyone wants ago of improving image. I have had several attempts 14hrs.tif Thankyou Dean
  11. Thanks, even harder to tell with my pics
  12. Hello This is my version of M11 the Wild Duck Cluster. Finally a clear might last night first one after visiting lovley Devon Telescope - 102mm APO ES refractor on a AVX mount Camera- Canon 70d unmoded iso800 with a IDAS-D2 filter. Duration 1 hour - 180s lights., Darks, flats and bias frames also taken Guided with PHD2 and processed in PS Cheers thanks for looking. Of course any improvements welcome Dean
  13. Hello This is my version of M16. Just about see the pillars of creation Finally a couple of clearish nights over the past few weeks. Almost forgot how to set up! Telescope - 102mm APO ES refractor on a AVX mount Camera- Canon 70d unmoded iso800 with a IDAS-D2 filter. Duration 4.5hours - 300s lights., Darks, flats and bias frames also taken Guided with PHD2 and processed in PS Cheers thanks for looking. Of course any improvements welcome Dean
  14. Hi I have done this before but seemed to have forgotten What is the keys to press for re-calibration on star in PHD2.? Cheers Dwan
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