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A couple from lastnight


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Thanks to the post on SGL for polar alignment for the HEQ5 i think i have sorted it so i had a little test on 2 subjects.

The fisrt was a simple star Cappella i only took 1x30secs @ iso800

The other was M31 again only took 1x2mins @ iso800.

Still need to get the hang of the playing with photos and the deep sky stacker.

Thanks

Rob

P.s Used was the HEQ5 and the 80mm Equinox....

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Thanks to the post on SGL for polar alignment for the HEQ5 i think i have sorted it so i had a little test on 2 subjects.

The fisrt was a simple star Cappella i only took 1x30secs @ iso800

The other was M31 again only took 1x2mins @ iso800.

Still need to get the hang of the playing with photos and the deep sky stacker.

Thanks

Rob

P.s Used was the HEQ5 and the 80mm Equinox....

Glad you got the polar alignment sorted Rob, I've got to learn that too! and getting M31 was a good shot - you've got at least another fuzzy there too!

Helen

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Nice start there Rob. a pair of widefield images of one of the brightest stars in the Northern Hemisphere, and the other the only galaxy that can be seen with the naked eye M31. You also got a bonus galaxy, M110 which along with M32 are companions of the great Andromeda Spiral.

You are now on the imaging merry go round Mate. :D

Ron. :D

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