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MikeD

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I have been away from my scope most of this week, ( visiting the in-laws )got home last night too clear skies. :(

The result is Ngc7635

4 hours in 15 min Ha subs, through the 10" newt.

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Still got the star halo prob, but I was just itching to get out and image last night.

Mike

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:shock: 4 hours... That was worth it! Stunning image Mike.

Marius

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Nice going Mike, 4 hours+ goes really deep!!

The Moon must have been well up by the time you finished, but didn't spoil your result.

Had to stop after two hours on the pelican last night, as at Mag 30, the Moon eventually started to get intrusive.

Dave

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That's one helluva picture Mike. 4hours hey, you must have the patience of Jobe.

Got to be a contender that one. It's super duper.

Ron. :(

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I keep looking at this image every time someone posts a message on this thread... i just have to scroll up to the top to take another peek at it. One day, I want my images to look just like that...

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