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froggy

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This is the result of 3 nights out but with some heavy dew and some mist. But I am fairly happy with the result.

combined and stacked in Maxim and finished with Photoshop. Very little processing.

100 mm Apo skywatcher and EQ6 mount guided with SC3.

Luminance: 24 subs of 10 minutes each and RGB 12 subs of 10 minutes each. Altogether 10 hours exposure.

Any tips to improve the colour would be helpful.

thank you for looking.

Vince

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Hi Vince, You've got some seriously good data there, I've had a play around with it and managed to get it to give up a little more detail, see what ya think.

.....Brian.....

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Many thanks for your kind comments.

Hi Brian. I like your processing. Any chance you could tell me what you have done. Thank you.

Vince

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10 hours, nice.

looks clipped at the black point though.

I am guessing there is a lot more of the faint outer dust with all that data, worth an other look me thinks. :D

Nice work. :lol:

mike

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