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IC 410 NEBULA Well kinda

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Clear skies and more problems , i dont know , this imaging lark,.this one is high up and seem to cause problems for me , rattled off 5 10 min subs then guiding or something went wrong and would not correct , i presume ,and i,m not sure that crossing the meridian was the problem, cus my other image of thors helmet was fine imaged in the south east ,anyway this is,nt great folks , just 5 subs of 10 mins , Ha used ,

Rog

have to wait till next year now .

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There's a lot of people out there, that would very happy to get an image like that!!

Sometimes perhaps we shouldn't strive so hard to try and achieve the perfection that will always elude us, but sit back and enjoy what we do get, especially if the image looks as good as that.

Dave

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Great detail and to my untrained eye i dont see anything wrong with it. :D

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Looks good to me Rog. That's imaging, just when you think guidings a cake walk it bites yer bum

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