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morimarty

Could This Be The First Amateur Image of Sn2014j in m82?

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Just had a mess about with the thumbnail of your image in PS, still got lots of noise and vignetting but you can see the SN

Dave

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So here's what I got. I also video'd the whole thing, but it's still rendering.

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wow i didnt realise all that info was in there. Cant wait to see how you got to that.

See, told you you had some good data in there.

Did you take any flats ?

Dave

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Here is the video. Hour long, and I ramble a bit. Also, in the video I say that darks will help reduce gradient but what I meant was flats. My mistake.

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Thanks for that, I'll have a watch and see if it soaked into my thick head. No flats taken as I need to sort something out with my light source, but it's on the cards.

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I have a pre-discovery image too. From the night before announcement.

My excuse is that M42 went behind the house by the time I setup, and m82 was nice and high!!

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Twintin this is what your M82 looks like after 3x drizzle and some post processing.

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:-o did i really take that? i really need to sort out the processing. i find it amazing that all that data is hiding in there. thanks for digging it out guys.

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After reading all this i realised that i was imaging bodes nebula on the 19th so i went through the images again and i do believe that there is the supanova in M82. The image was taken on the 19th at 20.13 hrs so fairly early on i think. Sorry for the poor image i still have a lot (and i mean a lot) to learn when it comes to imaging and dragging the best out of an image.

Any way here it is i think?

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Got a lp filter invest in one (light pollution)

Pat

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