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rjc404

Nothing special - First wide fields from my backgarden

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As the full moon has been up and washing everything out and it's been really windy I thought I'd give some wide-field shots a try with my Canon DSLR to save my scope being blown everywhere. 

Had to crop a lot of roofs of houses out of the bottom of these shots and couldn't expose too long because of the moon glare. 

Anyway here they are: 

Orion wide-field

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Orion close up

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Pleiades wide-field

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Cassiopeia wide-field

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Ursa Major wide-field

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Also had a go with bridge superzoom camera on Jupiter and the moon but will put that in the other forum.

Anyway, it was one way not to waste a windy night!

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Aghhh - mods please move to the imaging forum just realized put in the wrong place - sorry!

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