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Skarpen

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  1. Skarpen

    IC410

    Thank you Gørann. I very much agree with what you say. I like this type of palette. But you've probably got that
  2. Thanks New post processing of old data
  3. Thank you. Very little signals, almost invisible in the rgb stack Olly
  4. Skarpen

    IC410

    Imaging telescope:TS Optics APO130f6 Sho Palette Red=50% HA+50% SII Grean=10% HA+90% OIII Blue=100% OIII Imaging camera:Moravian G3-16200 Mount:10 Micron GM2000 HPS II Focal reducer:APM Riccardi 0.75x Reducer Software:Pixinsight Frames: Baader Ha 2" 3.5nm: 72x600" Baader OIII 2" 8.5nm: 70x600" Baader SII 2" 7nm: 70x600" Data source: Own remote observatory Remote source: e-EyE Extremadura Post procesing Ola Skarpen\Ole Alexander Ødegård Februar 2018
  5. Imaging telescope:Takahashi FSQ106ED Imaging cameras:Nikon D810A, Nikon D600 Monomod Focal reducer:Takahashi Reducer QE 0.73X Filter:Baader Ha 2" 3.5nm RGB+HA 120x300 sek Norway 2018
  6. Thanks. The plan is to start with RGB in 2-3 weeks
  7. Thank you. I use Image Composite Editor
  8. Hi, and thanks for the constructive feedback. I've also seen this. The problem has been that some panels only have 1 hours exp, and others 6 hours. I couldn't stretch the pictures equally, so the results were not good. I've stretched all the pictures completely, before stitching. So the exposure level becomes a little different throughout the whole picture
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