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Adry

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  1. Still a little low on the horizon, but already impressive. Reflector GSO 305mm + AZ / EQ-6. Canon 6D mod. + cooling box. Coma corrector. Cls-ccd filter. 22 x 300 ISO 1600.
  2. Omega Centauri is the largest and brightest globular cluster that orbits our galaxy, can be seen with the naked eye in a dark place. Reflector GSO 305mm + AZ / EQ-6. Canon 6D mod. + cooling box. Coma corrector. 40 x 60 ISO 1600.
  3. Spectacular nebula situated in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Reflector GSO 305mm + AZ / EQ-6. Canon 6D mod. + cooling box. Coma corrector. Cls-ccd filter. 21 x 300 ISO 1600.
  4. Nice picture but Just remembering that: "Data must be captured during the challenge start & end dates."
  5. Region of the constellation Sagittarius, where there are numerous objects, including the Lagoon Nebula, Trifid Nebula, IC4685, IC1274, IC1275, NGC6559 and B303. Reflector GSO 305mm + AZ / EQ-6. Canon 6D mod. + cooling box. Coma corrector. Cls-ccd filter. 48 x 300 ISO 1600. Mosaic composed of 08 frames.
  6. In Sagittarius Little Star Cloud are some interesting objects: the two small blue nebulae on the right are NGC 6589 and NGC 6590. Next to them are the red nebulae IC1283 and IC1284. In the upper left corner are the dark Barnard 93 nebulae, which is shaped like a small comet and above another dark nebula, Barnard 92. Below them is still possible to identify the small star cluster NGC 6603. Reflector GSO 305mm + AZ / EQ-6. Canon 6D mod. + cooling box. Coma corrector. Cls-ccd filter. 38 x 300 ISO 1600.
  7. Thank you very much. I didn't have this opportunity to look through the eyepiece. I will try next time.
  8. Also known by the suggestive name of "God's Eye", this planetary nebula is one of the closest to Earth. An excellent target in the winter sky in the southern hemisphere. 305mm f/4 telescope. AZ / EQ-6. Canon 6D mod. Cooling box. Coma corrector. Cls-ccd filter. 35 x 300 ISO 1600.
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