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  1. Taken on Sunday evening with a 98% Moon. Comprising of 12 x 600s subs using an ED80 with a 0.85x FF, an Atik 383L+ and a 7nm Optolong Filter. Stacked in DSS, and processed in PS. Full frame and cropped, mono and h-alpha colour using NC Actions. Thanks for looking Adam.
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    wizardHaOiii

    From the album: CCD venture

    A h-alpha and OIII shot of the Wizard nebula NGC7380. Processed to resemble the hubble palette colour scheme. ED80 - ATK16HR - Ha clip filter - EQ6 - finderguider 9x50mm PhD2 - photoshop - DSS.
  3. The Wizard Nebula in Cepheus (NGC 7830). Captured with APT, Canon DSLR, Baader coma corrector, Hα filter, .25m f/4 reflector, at ISO800, 22x300sec exposures. Guided with PHD2, finderscope, Atik16ic. Calibrated, registered and stacked in Iris, processed in PixInsight.
  4. An LRGB +Ha attempt at the Wizard nebula. I used the Ha as a booster for Lum and Red channels. Due to the combination of bright stars and bright red nebulosity, I did find this quite a challenge to obtain some (hopefully) accurate star colours. I've concluded that blue stars embedded in red nebulosity are difficult to process ! The image represents just over 13 hours integration time. Comments and criticisms are welcome. Alan LIGHTS: L:9,R:8,G:7,B:8 x 600s, Ha:16 x 1800s. DARKS:30, FLATS:40, BIAS:100 all at -20C.
  5. I have given up trying to add to my subs aquired on the 26th October because of the weather. I got only 7 subs back then before the clouds rolled in as usual. In total it is only 7 subs at 400 secs. I had a go at processing them and this is the result. Won't win any prizes but does show the nebula. Taken with my 1200d on ED1200. Peter
  6. Here is an evolution of my Wizard Nebula collaboration with Ole Alexander Ødegård (aka Xplode). It contains his Ha and OIII data (12" TS Imaging Newtonean and a mono modded Canon 6D) and a bit of RGB data (from my ES 5" apo refractor and a Canon 60Da). I think its is totally about 7 hours of data. I love this object as there is so many things I can imagine to see in it. I have marked two here. Any comments and suggestions are very welcome
  7. Here's my latest, the Flying Horse Nebula (NGC7380) in Cepheus, aka the Wizard Nebula (though I don't think I can see a wizard, but I can definitely see a horse): 34x 300s at ISO1600, darks, flats and bias, equipment as per sig, DSLR at prime focus,Pixinsight. My wife and younger son say there are too many stars and I should photoshop a few out, and move the nebula to the right a bit... C & cc welcome, hope you like it ! Stuart
  8. This is an evolving image (much thanks to the clouds). It started by Ole Alexander Ødegård (aka Xplode) supplying me with his Ha data to add to my RGB version. Then I also received OIII data from him and made a Ha OIII version. They looked extremely different, and this afternoon it struck me why not merge them into a Ha OIII RGB image. Here you can see the evolution of this image, from RGB to Ha RGB, to Ha OIII (with a synthetic green), and finally Ha OIII RGB. Ole's data is from a TS Imaging Newtonean (12" f 3.8) and a mono modded Canon 6D. My data is from an ES 5" Apo and a Canon 60Da. Totally probably around 8 hours. Any comments most welcome
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