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A couple of shots taken last week.

WO FLT 98 APO, EQ6PRO,QHY8L,IDAS LP, FF/R TV 08X.

M45 - 40X600SEK

Double cluster - 40x300sek

Rosette nebula - 18x600 sek.

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All very nice images. I especially like the Rosette Nebula, one of my favourite targets.

Want to try using my FLT 98 with my 550D. I have done very little imaging with a DSLR.

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Wow, that double cluster is exceptional.

Great work!

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