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  1. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    This is a reprocessed image of the Helix Nebula Data I captured and posted previously. This image has been exposed across 4 nights, 2 nights through a HAlpha filter and 2 nights through a OIII filter using my modded 40D. Helix nebula is fainter than I thought it was going to be, I had to image it at ISO800 30 minute HAlpha subs and ISO1250 OIII 30 minute subs, total of 8 hours through each through my 8" SCT at F10. I just wish I captured more clearly the comet shock waves visible in the Hubble images... But overall I'm happy with how it came out... As always there is room for improvement...

    © Mariusz Goralski

  2. Hello everyone, Finally I finished the Helix nebula image. This image has been exposed across 4 nights, 2 nights through a HAlpha filter and 2 nights through a OIII filter using my modded 40D. Helix nebula is fainter than I thought it was going to be, I had to image it at ISO800 30 minute HAlpha subs and ISO1250 OIII 30 minute subs, total of 8 hours through each through my 8" SCT at F10. I just wish I captured more clearly the comet shock waves visible in the Hubble images... But overall I'm happy with how it came out... As always there is room for improvement... Any comments and tips welcome... Thanks for looking... Mariusz
  3. Hello all, Due to the rain and clouds I reprocessed the Sculptor and Helix Nebulae. A mate came over and found a astrophotography processing method in photoshop using the "high pass" filter... I gave it a go and it seems like I got a bit more detail out of the Sculptor Galaxy and Helix Nebula data... What do you astronomers think... improvement or too much? Thanks for looking, MG
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