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cardconvict

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  1. I ordered from the lego store online.
  2. Theres 1969 peices all together to pick up if it did but it's really solid and designed to be rock solid.
  3. If anyone likes Lego or the mighty Saturn V then lego have released a saturn V that when built is 1 meter tall. I have spent 5 -6 hours building it and it looks awesome. It comes in three stages and also has the moon lander that goes inside the rocket. hope you like as it is a really cool idea
  4. cardconvict

    M51

    That's stunning image you have there, I also have the same set up, did you use a reducer ? What processing software did you use
  5. The image does have a blue hue to it but when it was Pixinsight it did not have this blue hue and only changed after i saved it. when i load the jpeg back into Pixinsight its normal again.
  6. Well after a full day on this i have got to this point of NGC 6946
  7. Thanks for that Hicks, I have just looked at the light vortex tutorials and they are brilliant by the looks of it thank you
  8. Hello I took the plunge and bought Pixinsight. Does anyone know of any guides on the internet and workflows to follow as there is so much going on in the software its a maze. Also for calibration and stacking to users of pixinsight use the batch processing for stacking or do you go the manual route in Pixinsight. Ian
  9. +1 for Sgpro stunning bit of kit once you get used to all it's features.
  10. lovely image Olly,I hope to get this with the RC8 if I can get the optics sorted before this beauty goes.
  11. well said, and that is awesome and I really hope I get to catch that light before it goes.
  12. wow, you're images are simply stunning.
  13. +1 for platesolve 2. It's solves and places my scope in the same place as before in seconds
  14. I know my imaging scale at 2x2 bin is around 1.86 so i just put in 1.8 and 1x1 is around 0.8 and I have put in 1 and still been good
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