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Astroscot2

Imaging trip Sunday night

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Hello all

As Jamie has already posted his observing report, I thought I would post some of the images taken on Sunday night from our dark sky oberving site.

All images taken through a 4" refractor & F5, SXVH9 camera

NGC7331 LRGB 90 / 40 / 40 / 40 mins

Comet Homes RGB 5 / 5 / 5 mins

M45 RGB 10/ 10/ 10 mins, didnt bother to frame this shot as I can not get it all in the FOV anyway :D

Ive also lshown the links to my website - a better scale for viewing them.

http://homepages.tesco.net/mark.hill4/deepskymainimagepages/7331main.htm

http://homepages.tesco.net/mark.hill4/deepskymainimagepages/m45rgbmain.htm

http://homepages.tesco.net/mark.hill4/solarsystemmainim1agepage/cometholmesmain.htm

Was a great night and hope we can repeat it soon.

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:D

those are superb mate, clarity is 100%, super detail

M45 nebulosity is amazing and are those fainter dso's your'e picking up in the 1st pic?

i guess the SXVH9 makes all the difference!

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Some spot on images there Mark.

Can't quite decide what one i like the best....

Well done...

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Very nice results indeed.

Super 'shot' of the comet, and lots of nebulosity around the stars of M45.

Dave

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See what you can do when you leave the Bishops Finger alone??? :D

Superb images, really nice!

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i guess the SXVH9 makes all the difference!

No, the amazing NGC 7330 is down to 210 mins exposure, superb guiding and processing. The SXV H9 and Tak FSQ just help things along nicely :D

Fantastic images

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