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Since I started using Nebulosity instead of Deep Sky Stacker I've been reprocessing many of the images that were a bit disappointing and discovering just how much detail was in the data but not coming through. This image is a case in point. When I first processed it all that came out was the nucleus and the dust band. Although still not perfect there's lots more detail now and I feel like I've passed a milestone 77 x 30 second exposures at 6400 ISO28 x 20 second exposures at 6400 ISO36 x 15 second exposures at 3200 ISO26 x 15 second exposures at 12800 ISO40 Dark Frames21 Flat frames74 Bias/offset frames (applied to flat frames only)Processed in Nebulosity and Photoshop
The Black Eye Galaxy or Evil Eye Galaxy (M64) is a spiral galaxy appoximately 24 million light years away from Earth in the Coma Berenices constellation. It gets its name from the dark band of absorbing dust in front of the galaxy's bright nucleus. Imaged on 27th February 2015: 36 x 15 second exposures at 12800 ISO 28 x 20 second exposures at 1600 ISO 36 x 15 second exposures at 3200 ISO 30 x dark frames 21 x flat frames Processed in Deep Sky Stacker and Photoshop