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Omega Centauri (NGC 5139) is a globular cluster in the constellation of Centaurus. This photo was imaged as a side project using my 8SE on the CGEM and the modded Canon 40D at 2032mm focal length. The total exposure was 97 minutes, 17x60sec, 12x150s and 10x300sec subs at ISO800. Clear Skies,
Hello, this is my first DSO, taken while on vacations at the Réunion french Island. Unfortunately I screwed up the ICC profile while exporting to flickr, so the core has a little less details than what I have in PixInsight. I'll be more careful next time. - Taken with a Takahashi Epsilon 210mm/628mm on an Astrophysics 900 and a Canon 6D (unmodified) - Total integration time 10min: 10x60s lights RGB @ ISO 800, 10x60s darks, 11 flats, 10 bias - Processed with PixInsight you can see the full frame here (where you have a few faint galaxy, such as NGC 5064, top right, but there are a few others):