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Hi, I'm working with some recent data of a new(ish) camera, and my Ha data is pretty good, but the oiii has these strange artifacts around the borders. If I use any kind of local normalization then it pretty much ruins most of the image, as you can see below.. First the Ha: Oiii with local normalization: oiii local normalization map, see how it fits with the artifacts: Oiii without any local normalization: These edge artifacts, could they be related to a bad filter or is it a processing artifact, has anyone seen anything similar? I am using Astro Pixel Processor for calibration and stacking.. Im kind of stumped on this one, and I am going to yank out the Oiii filter this weekend to have a looksie.
Hello all, I just got the O3 and the S2 filters this weekend after 2 months of waiting. I bought initially an Optolong Ha and I thought to buy the O3 and S2 also from Optolong. They O3 and S2 are advertised as being 6.5nm which also contributed to go for them instead of the Baader's. Anyway, I acquired some 3 hours if I remember well with the Ha in 1min subs and now just above 2 hours with the O3 in 3min subs. Unfortunately, I can image to the south only up to ~130 degrees in AZ. So the good skies around 180 degrees where objects reach the max altitude are not reachable from home. I have to give it a try later in spring from outside. All taken with the ASI 1600 MMC, cooled to -15C, put on the Tair3s wide opened at F/4.5. 300mm focal length. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByhJ_xuQxcnjWUZUZTRyRXFYYzA Will post in the evening the Ha and the O3 components which were mixed HaOO. Clear skies, Alex