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floastro

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About floastro

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    http://www.poigetdigitalpics.com/

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    Astronomy, West USA, Photography, NASA
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    France
  1. floastro

    Hello from center of France

    Thank you all and thank you for your offers. You can see my first posts on the forum here : https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/328167-my-first-saturn-jupiter/ https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/328209-m13-and-its-galactic-area-with-the-g4-16000/ https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/328153-sh2-171-ngc-7822-with-g4-16000/ Florent
  2. floastro

    My first Saturn & Jupiter

    Thank you Richard. Oh yes, my picture of King of Wings. I used my Nikon D750 Full Frame with my Samyang 12mm f/2.8 fish-eye AE FF lens. Florent
  3. floastro

    M13 and its Galactic Area with the G4-16000

    Thanks Paul. About the diffraction, maybe the optics of the TeleVue or maybe the CCD chip of the G4-16000. I had these diffraction on the fits images. Florent
  4. floastro

    M13 and its Galactic Area with the G4-16000

    Thanks Scott. A lot of work to achieve these results.
  5. floastro

    Hello from center of France

    Thank you. I hope the weather will be better, i would like to take new pictures with my G4-16000 and to continue my tests with my ASA Newtonian reflector and this camera.
  6. floastro

    Hello from center of France

    Thank you Guys for all your welcome
  7. Hi Guys, I present you the second image taken with my Moravian G4-16000 camera mounted on my modified TeleVue NP101is. Images and technical information below. M13 globular cluster and its galactic area : Full Resolution image 4k x 4k here : www.poigetdigitalpics.com/G4-16000/M13.htm Full Resolution image here : http://www.poigetdigitalpics.com/Fichiers_Divers/M13new_image_Annotated.jpg Enjoy Florent
  8. floastro

    M81 with an Altair RC10

    Great image ! The second has a very good colors but the first has more details. But the both are well defined. Your RC works fine Florent
  9. floastro

    SH2-171 / NGC 7822 with G4-16000

    Thank you Pieter. Oh yes, the new imaging train is solid as a rock to support the big G4-16000 and the FLI ATLAS focuser. The TeleVue NP101is works perfectly now.
  10. floastro

    My first Saturn & Jupiter

    Thank you. Steve, i am a newbie in the planetary imaging. That's only my first shots. I never took planet images before
  11. floastro

    My first Saturn & Jupiter

    He he your welcome Even a small scope can deliver great images
  12. floastro

    My first Saturn & Jupiter

    Thank you so much I love the Mak scopes ans i love this Mak. Outstanding optics and a very small shifting. A great tube. I've got an ES 2x focal extender but not used at that time because the atmospheric turbulence was too high the last summer with the planets at a low altitude.
  13. Hi all, This is my first shots of Saturn and Jupiter taken the last summer with my new ZWO ASI178MC. Equipment : -Sky-Watcher Maksutov-Cassegrain Ø150mm /1800mm -Sky-Watcher NEQ5 PRO Goto mount -ZWO ASI178MC camera -ZWO ADC corrector -Pierro-Astro electric Focuser Focus v2 controlled by the PC station in ASCOM. -Imaging Software : FireCapture -Integration Software : Autostakker 3 -Processing Softwares : PRISM v10 / Registax 6 / PhotoShop CS6 / Lightroom 6 - Wide Gammut Monitor for processing : NEC SpectraView Reference 272 (27") calibrated with x-Rite i1 Display Pro colorimeter Saturn : Sequence of 11,000 images. 8,800 added with a sub-exposure of 88ms/image. Focal length : 1800mm Jupiter : Sequence of 6,000 images. 4,800 images added. The exposure time for each image : 40.7ms. Focal length : 1800mm
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