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riklaunim

M8 and M20 in H-alpha

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Yesterday quick imaging - TSAPO65Q + Atik 314L+ + Baader H-alpha 7 nm.

M8 - 15 x 5 min

final-m8c.jpg

final-m8d.jpg

M20 - 5 x 5 min

final-m20.jpg

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Very nice, now you need to collect more data to cancel the noise and you're gold :)

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Very nice indeed, the image of M20, could use another few frames (like the above images). The images of the lagoon are, as put above, gold.

Jacob

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Good data there in 5 minute subs. Well done.

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Nice shots. They are upside, are you imaging from the Southern hemisphere?

Edited by Tom OD

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Nice shots. They are upside, are you imaging from the Southern hemisphere?

Nope, I probably rotated the camera the other way around.

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The Lagoon is really good already. The core is a little overexposed, which is usually the case, certainly in mine! One idea would just be to do a slightly softer stretch for the brightest parts and layer that in using Ps.

Olly

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