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  1. First time posting here in a while, I was trying to take advantage of mt first clear night since last week. Targets like this makes me wish I had an OIII filter to blend into some color. I got about 3 hours in this target before I had to get some sleep. Starlight Xpress HX916 Explorer Scientific 152mm mak-newt F4.8 Baader 7nm Ha Filter 27 x 5min 4 x 7min 2 x 10min NGC 7635, Bubble Nebula Ha, 3h8m by jsigone, on Flickr
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    The result of one of my imaging sessions from Kelling Heath Autumn Equinox star party NGC 7635 The Bubble Nebula in Cassiopeia Imaged using Atik 314L monochrome CCD camera and William Optics FLT-110 refractor on NEQ6 Pro SynScan mount 10 x 300 second subs in H-alpha

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  3. Friends, Last summer Wim @wimvband I entertained ourselves with processing freely available data (subs) from the Liverpool Telescope, since Sweden is too light for AP that time of the year. I was just told that one of my attempts on the Bubble made today's APOD! Yes I know, the data is from The Liverpool Telescope, a 2 m RC scope on La Palma, so not collected with my own stuff, but I did the stacking (Nebulosity) and processing (PS). Now I just have to come down to earth again... https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap180205.html
  4. M52 and NGC 7635 (the Bubble nebula) 16 18 x 10 minutes exposures at ISO 200 SW 150PDS on AZ EQ6GT, Pentax K20D (not modified) The camera picks up some Ha. Enough for the bubble to show, but not enough for the background Ha. I'm not sure if I should keep the faint red or get rid of it and get an even background. Comments welcome.
  5. Hi all, I'm finally back imaging! its been way too long. Still need to drive errors out of the system and i'll work on that as i go, but heres my first light from the obs. Equipment: 127 triplet apo with Atik428ex, guided by a Starwave 102ed with QHY5II (with 0.5fr) on an AZEQ6. 3 x 5min subs + 3 x 10min subs in 12nm Ha; no bias frames, darks or flats. Stacked in DSS and processed in Gimp. I was battling with high cloud so not as much detail as i had hoped for. Cheers for looking.
  6. I set up on Friday 16th under a full moon with a plan of just testing the polar align routine in SharpCap. It works really well, actually better with my mount than Alignmaster now that I have some backlash issues. It takes backlash totally out of the equation! Thanks to @themos (PhotoPolarAlign author) and @rwg (Robin, SharpCap author) for this great feature. It was really fast and easy to do and I'd thoroughly recommend it! Anyway, having accurately polar aligned in record time I thought it would be a waste to let a clear sky go unused when I was already fully set up, full moon or not. This is 45x180s of lights (limited length subs due to the moon), 50 flats and 50 bias. Captured in APT and processed in DSS and PS. It needed a REALLY healthy dose of HLVG which I'm guessing could be due to the full moon (?) as I've never really needed to use it before. Equipment: Canon 350D (Full Spectrum) with CLS-CCD & Baader Mk III MPCC Skywatcher 150p Meade LXD75 Finder Guider Thanks for looking.
  7. Here is another image from our national astro-party This object is fainter than I expected, but the shape is well visible Objects: Ngc 7635, M 52, Ngc 7538 Imaging: WO ZS 110 triplet + WO FRIII 0.8x, Modified 550D, EM-200, APT, PHD Guiding: WO ZS 66SD, DSI 1 Pro Subs: 13x10min = 2h 10min, ISO 1600, no calibration - only dithering Processing: DSS, PS CS3 Location: Rozhen (1730m ASL), Bulgaria, 07/19/2012
  8. Hi here's an image I took over the last couple of weeks. Its 30 x 10mins of Ha and 9 x 10mins each of RGB. I'm relatively new to AP so still getting to grips with everything (especially processing). I've read on here that using Ha as a lum file is not advisable so would really appreciate any advice on combing Ha with RGB in this type of image. Would adding Lum, Oiii or S data help. All feedback would be gratefully received. Thanks Dec
  9. NGC 7635 The Bubble Nebula in Cassiopeia Imaged using Atik 314L monochrome CCD camera and William Optics FLT-110 refractor on NEQ6 Pro SynScan mount 10 x 300 second subs in H-alpha
  10. Finally a clear sky on Thursday, so I managed to catch the Bubble Nebula just before if came too close to the horizon. Explore Scientific 127ED 14 x 8 min Canon 60Da ISO 1600 on EQ8. I hope it is not just me that think it looks like a rubber duck head shooting out of the nebula and heading straight towards earth.........
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