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Hi all,

Here is an image of the galaxy M81 taken with Takahashi BRC250 + Sbig ST-10XME for subframe of 900 seconds in the sky

of the high mountains (1500m - Mt. Amiata) of the Tuscany region of central Italy - filter= Luminance:

Image standard:

http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_coeli/1200_n60/m81_brc_L.html

Image HiRes:

http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_coeli/1200_n60/m81_brc_L_hires.html

Map LowRes:

http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_coeli/1200_n60/m81_brc_L_map.html

Map HiRes:

http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_coeli/1200_n60/m81_brc_L_map_hires.html

Best regards,

Danilo Pivato

www.danilopivato.com

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Beautiful image. I really like this one.

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Fantastic! One of my favourite DSO's is M81. This is an excellent rendition of it, well done :)

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You've done the processing of the core into arms superbly. Absolutely top class.

Olly

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thats lovely, but whats that little collection, glob, just to the left of the galaxy?

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