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  1. Hello all, I think I'm done with this target this season at least. I acquired 2x6h of Ha data with a Canon 300 F4 L lens (~300mm FL F/4), maybe 2x4-5h of O3 data with the a Tair 3s (300mm FL F/4.5), another 2-3h of Ha with a Pentacon 200 (200mm FL F/4), 3h of O3 with the Pentacon, 4h of S2 with the Pentacon and 3x25m (3 panels) for each RGB with the Tair. All narrowband subs were 300s long and the RGB were 60s long if I remember well. All at unity gain, cooled between -10C and -15C. Shot from the balcony under white light pollution. I made a narrowband combination with the Ha and just a bit from the others used as lum and 40S-60Ha as red, O3 as green and 30Ha-70O3 as blue. Combined in StarTools and GIMP. Software used: APT, PHD, DSS, StarTools, GIMP, Registar. The RGB and narrowband images don't cover the same area perfectly so some stars in the left side are a little more bloated as I couldn't control them. Links for better resolution: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByhJ_xuQxcnjejEwN3pCeWR6Znc https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByhJ_xuQxcnjaFlFSDMzSkYzd28 Should I make the them brighter? Any opinions are welcomed. Thanks for watching, clear skies! Alex
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