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CELESCOPE

THE NETWORK NEBULA

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Ok this is just a small part of the nebula , very hard for the Atik camera to do i think its around the 30th mag , Ant will put me right on that 55 subs at 45 secs Ha filter and faststar used ,Celestron gps 8 ,processed in Maxim using auto star and sum .

Cheers

Rog

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its in Cygnus Steve a part of the veil, nebula , the whole neb they cal the witches broom , i expect James will have a go at it one day he could get the whole neb in with the 300d but it does take avery long exposure time to nab it ,

Rog

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Thanks Rog,

Blimey, thats low in the sky ... can't wait to see what you can do when its high :clouds2:

Steve

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i expect James will have a go at it one day

:shock: GULP! hehehe i will try Rog dont think my HEQ5 mount would track long enough though and maybe beyone my st102 scope but i'll give it a whirl prob when i get a H alpha filter though.

James :clouds2:

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i done that a while ago steve , did,nt think it was good enough so i never put it up , done it now cus its so darn cloudy and wanted to at least put something on here

Rog

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