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M109 L from dual imaging setup.


MikeD
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I hadn't given these data sets a proper process because I thought a faulty monitor switch (causing the monitor to keep switching on and off) had spoiled the subs (see here)

Since the gradient in the 10" newt subs may very well be stray light from the star "phad" in the Ursa major, I decided to process both sets of data I have from my 10" newt and the 80ED.

Both data sets were shot simultaneously over two nights (28th and 29th of April)

the 10" newt shot was 31 @ 600 seconds taken with my SVXF9 and CLS/L filters.

the 80ED shot was 27 @ 600 seconds HX916 and no filters.

and the third is a composite of the two data sets.

Thanks for looking

Mike.

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