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The Wall NGC 7000 B/W AND COLOUR

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Tried a different angle tonight , moved the image up and bit more to get some different part of the nebula , whatwith the moon very close by , and the clouds approaching at a fair rate of knots, a clear night they said , but at least i got an hours worth of exposure time , and a nice image to boot ,

Atik 16hr .High Alpha Filter, ED80 .processed in Maxim SD MASK this time no DDP just using the stretch only , finished in PS, CURVES ETC , and rogers star treatment hehehe ,

Cheers

Rog

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It is a nice image, Roger - didn't even get started here because of the amount of moisture in the air!

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Another ace image Rog.

You can fairly squeeze them in when you're up against the clock can't you.

Ron. :D

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You certainly 'pulled in' all the nebula detail for the bottom half Rog. Very nice indeed.

A mosaic of the whole lot next then ? :D

Dave

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Very nice. I like the colour one. At risk of sounding stupid, where is the North American nebula?

Trev

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