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Another Bubble - NGC 7635 (Ha)

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Started on a bubble image tonight but the sky lower down is clear so I've switched targets - will come back to the bubble another night

Managed to get 3x1800s before moving targets

Hope you like...

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Thanks Sara & Quatermass.

Need to go back to this now for more subs. Really pleased with the 1800s subs not been able to get that consistency before - but the Helix was up last night and I've been wanting to get subs of that for sometime now...

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That's really excellent, Francis, and with only three subs! Your new mount is tracking and guiding beautifully - you must be well pleased.

Is this taken with your new scope, or with the MN190?

Adrian

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That's really excellent, Francis, and with only three subs! Your new mount is tracking and guiding beautifully - you must be well pleased.

Is this taken with your new scope, or with the MN190?

Adrian

Hi Adrian,

Mounts going like a dream at the moment, and steady skies last night (high up) made guiding very easy. Imaged the Helix neb after these subs but the guiding while still very good made the mount work a bit harder.

The images are with the AA 115 EDT APO, no flattener and Atik 383L+ mono.

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