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M27 Bicolour, 12hrs, Three nights at 1900mm FL.

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1'st words out of my mouth when this pic loaded up....................."wow"

simply breath taking mate

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That is both astonishing and beautiful.  One of the best images of M27 I've ever seen.  Well worth the effort.  Well done.

James

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Wow... knockout !

Can't wait to get to a bigger screen to check this out. Fantastic.

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Stunning shot Pete, wonderful resolution and very nice process!

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Those lovely comments are very much appreciated Fay, Matt, Martin, James, Sp@ce_d and Jake!! Thank you.

Pete.

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That has to be a APOD if I ever saw one,

I have never seen it like that before,

a lot of time and effort went into creating this picture

but worth every second,

well done Pete.

Paul

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Cheers Paul, much appreciated.

Pete

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A superb image, Pete - Praxis came to mind when I first saw it... (Oh dear - Cat's out of the bag - Yes, I'm a Trekkie :))

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A superb rendition of a popular target, got to be one of the best bi colour images I have seen of M27. Beautifully processed with excellent detail.

Brendan.

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Many thanks Andy, Brendan and Mark for the kind words. Glad you liked the image!

Pete.

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Fantastic! It looks like a flaming fireball inside. Love it. 

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Hi Pete

This is an amazing image of M27! I have also checked your website and I find the content also very amazing.

You could add some articles and how-to guides for other people to get some help :)

Regards

Konstantinos

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Imagine that!

Best M27 I've seen in years.

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Many thanks guys. Much appreciated. Regarding the website Konstantinos, thanks for the suggestion. Its certainly something I will consider adding at some point amongst other things!!

Pete.

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Thanks once again. I didn't know you had a specific interest in M27, could you tell me more?

Pete

Very happy to oblige. I started a thread http://stargazerslounge.com/topic/244610-m27-lets-see-your-pictures/for everybody to post their pictures of M27. This takes me back to my youth when I had my first 8" cat. It was a Dynamax 8 & M27 was one of the first deep sky objects I observed found with the rudimentary setting circles (those are now days forgotten). I will never forget the sight of the little bright cloud hanging among a multitude of stars- simply magical.

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Very happy to oblige. I started a thread http://stargazerslounge.com/topic/244610-m27-lets-see-your-pictures/for everybody to post their pictures of M27. This takes me back to my youth when I had my first 8" cat. It was a Dynamax 8 & M27 was one of the first deep sky objects I observed found with the rudimentary setting circles (those are now days forgotten). I will never forget the sight of the little bright cloud hanging among a multitude of stars- simply magical.

I can totally relate to that!! The first objects I observed and imaged left a lasting impression too. I'll never forget the feeing I had seeing Saturn for the first time (a first for many i'm sure) and imaging my first deep sky object, it was M63 and seeing a galaxy appear on screen had my knees trembling with excitement!!!

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That is amazing.... beautiful.. I've never seen the dumbell like this before... well done.

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Outstanding work Pete, you must be pleased with a result like that (stunning colour & detail!

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MarsG76, Martin and Simon, many thanks guys. Your comments are much appreciated.

Pete

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Now that really works in bi colour, cracking image showing the halo superbly in the blue, it looks realy delicate in contrasr to the core in red. You must be well chuffed with that image

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Amazing image :cool: ....... are you sure you didn't buy that Hubble Telescope on First Lights website :grin: !

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