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CELESCOPE

Another Skywatcher 200p image M27 DUMBELL COLOUR

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Last one from last night ,another pleasing image size , the light gathering on this scope allowed me to grab this at just 35 sec subs 39 of them , CLS used for the Lum image ,

Cheers

Rog

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Good going Rog, looks like you're finding the 8" Explorer a whole lot easier to handle than the big Meade 10" SN.

The mega guiding setup is waiting for you when you're ready 8)

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You are making that Skywatcher dance to your tune Rog.

That is one fine looking M27.

Ron. :(

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Very nice Rog. I will be trying this in colour soon.

Did you use your new skywatcher newt in the dome the other night for those images you posted ?

If so, it must get a bit cosy in there ?

John

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thanks guys , no not using the Dome yet John , although the dome itself is finished i have mega work in setting everything up , and a bit busy at the moment so looks like 5 to 6 weeks before its up and running .

Rog

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