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  1. Hi I have quite a few panes of the moon and if dump them all into ICE I end up with lines were there are to many overlaps, will ICE allow me to selectively add and remove panes ? - or am I going about this in the wrong way ? regards John B
  2. I think I may have a solution to stop the qhy8 from fogging up, what I didnt want was to remove the camera after each session, I was advised to keep the camera in a sealed box with a dessicant, ok thats easy, but the beauty of having an obs is that you can keep the kit together.. So I am testing this solution, over the last two days its worked a treat, roll on winter :/ Easy, just pop the box off every session, I have a spare lid for the tub to keep the dessicant dry... Time will tell
  3. All shot with Canon 7D and Sigma 10mm diagonal fisheye lens, f/2.8, ISO 6400, exposures 10 seconds for auroras and 30 seconds for Milky Way. I was hoping for overhead display but it doesn't happened, at least we have not bad weather and we have seen auroras on three nights out of four. Photographed auroras are just weak KP2 activity but it looks like KP4 from far north of Scotland brightness wise.
  4. Finally got round to using ICE for the first time on this 2 pane mosaic of the full moon from several weeks ago with my Mak and Canon 1100D. Was pretty easy to do and I'm really impressed how ICE does it all automatically. A little blurred but hey, user error... ?
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