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That looks pretty good. It might be a little over sharpened which gives those quite hard edges. Did you use Registax? I also use my QHY5 for imaging, mainly solar but also sometimes for the moon. The larger format makes it easier for mosaics than my SPC900. :)

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That looks pretty good. It might be a little over sharpened which gives those quite hard edges. Did you use Registax? I also use my QHY5 for imaging, mainly solar but also sometimes for the moon. The larger format makes it easier for mosaics than my SPC900. :)

Yes, I did a sharpen in Registax after stacking is AS!2. I did push quite hard on the sharpening.

I only stacked about 500 of my frames I have about 8000, but don't think that it will add any more detail.

I will retry again later with more frames and sharpen in PS5.

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