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Second night out with ATIK16HR - Bubble HA again

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Well two clear nights in a row with new camera and myself, a new imager.

With the moon out i thought I would try longer guided subs this time on the bubble.

Had trouble guiding with PHD so tried Maxim and worked a treat.

ED80 with 6.3 FR and HA filter guided with WO66 on a EQ6Pro.

!5 subs of 5 mins unbinned.

This time processed in maxim and a trip in to photoshop to crop and covert to JPG.

I still do not know how to really pull out the data and tried DDP in maxim to no avail.

Anyway. it's all good practice.

Regards

John

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This is a lovely capture.

DDP in Maxim tends to be better suited to Galaxies cores rather than emission objects from what I have found but in any event, you have released a goodly amount of nice detail in this image.

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Nice going John!!.

As Steve said DDP, is more of a galaxy 'tool', and also works well on globular clusters.

Dave

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Wow, that's good progress compared with the first version.

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