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  1. ARP 220 imaged at June 2019 Evolution 8 @ F/5 ASI290MM Full moon (some dew at corrector) 6 x 15 s cropped
  2. Another "blow out" Evolution 8 @ f/5 ZWO ASI533MC-Pro 40 x 3 s
  3. Thanks Martin for those fine planetary objects and your descriptive comments. I add them also to my "planetary to do" observing list.
  4. Consider the ZWO ASI533MC-Pro which is a very sensitive camera without any amp glow. Evolution 8" @ f/5 25 x 30 s
  5. You must be able to image the Crescent nebula with the 224MC. See my trial with Evolution 8" @ f/5 20 x 15 s
  6. Arp 135 NGC 1023 + 1023A PGC 10123 + 10139 Evolution 8 @ f/5 ASI290MM
  7. Arp 273 Evolution 8 @ f/5 ASI290MM
  8. Arp 282 with Evolution 8 @ f/5 and ZWO ASI290MM 6 x 10 s
  9. Shk 10 Evolution 8 @ 3.74 ZWO ASI290MM SharpCap
  10. Here are some M 87 shots I managed earlier: ASI 224 MC 37x8s
  11. quote: <Yeah I like the VV catalogue, a printed version would be a great thing to have. I find them interesting and I enjoy the challenge, make a nice change from the usual suspects. There’s just so much in deep space that gets overlooked.> Here are 2 PDF from http://www.faintfuzzies.com/DownloadableObservingGuides2.html VVCatalogue - Vorontsov-Velyaminov Interacting Galaxies -Part1-v1.pdf VVCatalogue - Vorontsov-Velyaminov Interacting Galaxies -Part2-v1.pdf
  12. Yes the link seem to be corrupted. Here is the latest version I downloaded earlier. the-unofficial-guide-to-using-sharpcap-v0.5.pdf
  13. This is a quick SC guide made by Astrojedi at CN: https://liveastronomy.neocities.org/SharpCap.html
  14. Tried it with my ASI533MC-Pro but can't optimize colors. For the ASI290MM this software works. In general I find that SharpCap has a lot of more capabilities.
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