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trunting

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  1. I've spent a few days playing around with StarTools (thanks @almcl! Oh and Ivo of course for creating such an awesome program) and managed to get out last night. Did my flats properly (thanks @tooth_dr!) and managed to produce this off of 90min on NGC7000. Needless to say I'm chuffed with the result, thank you everyone for your input
  2. Thank you for the kind words both you, the help is much appreciated!
  3. Wow thank you! I will look into improving the flats. I'm currently using a t-shirt and a bright light, any tips? Also would you mind telling me what processing steps you followed? I find myself struggling when it comes to colour and you've done a nice job there
  4. I've been having another crack at DSO imaging lately, and I've managed to produce this from 6 hours of integration: I'm quite pleased with it but I'm very new to image processing, so I'd be incredibly grateful if someone wouldn't mind having a go at processing my data! Image Info: Lights: 46x4min + 66x3min Stacked with Dark, Flat and Bias frames Stacked in DSS and processed in GIMP Taken under Bortle 7/8 skies Gear: SkyWatcher ED80 0.85x Reducer Astro-Modified EOS 600D ZWO ASI 120MM Mini Guide Camera with 9x50 Finderscope HEQ5 Pro Mount There's some dust bunnies and other artefacts on the image that I know I could spend more time removing, however I'm wondering if I'm doing my data justice in processing! Thanks, Tom NGC7023 (2).TIF
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