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CELESCOPE

TESTING THE SKYWATCHER 200P IMAGES

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Hi just done a small review on this scope,and here are a few imageS from last night , as Martin said conditions not the best for imaging , milky stuff , moon ,and also gustywind , but the results are pleasing to say the least, subs for all images are 60 secs x39 a lot was lost due to wind. EQ6PRO , Skywatcher 200p, aTIK 16HR using the H-ALPHA FILTER

Rog

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Your "compensation" is certainly a worthy addition to your arsenal Roger, look forward to more images and results when the full package is up and running.

naz

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If that's what you get under those sort of conditions, just imagine the results under good conditions, and with the guiding facility that you are going to add to your set-up :(

Great 'shots', especially the 'Pelican'.

Dave

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Rog,

Very nice work on that set of pics... You did marvelous, considering the conditions.

Doug

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Great work as usual Rog. Not much prevents you from scoring goals. :(

Ron. :)

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