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MikeD

IC1795

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Anthony, Darran (stargazer1980) and I had a get together at Anthony's place last night.

I made a few silly errors like poler aligning at dusk and trying to find objects with the scope set to the wrong side of the meridian( that one wasted nearly an hour). :D

Anyway here is my result from the session.

IC1795 aka the bell end neb.

8 @ 10 Min's in Ha through the 10" newt.

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excellent guiding

Funny you should say that, I spent the whole night worrying about strange errors in the DEC guiding. :D

So pleased with the result. :)

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Hi Mike,

That is a very respectable end result. I wasn't actually aware that you managed any imaging last night with various set up problems :D

Nice job with the processing - it looks really good.

Anthony

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Cheers guys. :D

btw any idea what the apparent magnitude is?

Sorry can't seem to find that info anywhere.

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