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Recently we have quite some days with clear skies in Holland. Still, light pollution and error in tracking hinder me to take longer exposure.

Stacked in DSS and post-processed in PS.

70 subs of 15 seconds exposure, iso 1600.

Skywatcher 200PDS EQ5 mount with RA motor.

Comments are welcomed.

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Great work. Amazed what can be achieved with such short exposures. Gives me hope with my current setup. :)

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It's a lovely image, well done.

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It's a lovely image, well done.

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Beautiful image with good detail in the bright centre as well as the outer darker portions - well processed!

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That's good for 15 seconds. Very nice! I m currently learning DSS and Photoshop and every time I go back to pshop I learn a little more. I have about 50* 30secs subs I'm learning with. Yours gives me great hope! :) hope I can get just as much detail out soon.

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That's good for 15 seconds. Very nice! I m currently learning DSS and Photoshop and every time I go back to pshop I learn a little more. I have about 50* 30secs subs I'm learning with. Yours gives me great hope! :) hope I can get just as much detail out soon.

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I found that different post processing workflows really make a difference in the final result! I wish to take longer sub, but my polar alignment is not accurate enough.

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