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jeremile

4 news pics from France with newton 10" & QSI583

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Hello,

Here 's 4 new pictures for you.

 

 

 

Setup :
Instrument : Télescope Newton de 250 mm à F5
Monture : Skywatcher EQ-6 (Eqmod)
Caméra : QSI 583 WSG  (capteur Kodak KAF-8300) commandé par MaximDL et Maxpilote
Correcteur de coma : Baader RCCI, focale résultante de 1280 mm.
Filtres : L R V B Ha Baader
Guidage : Starlight Xpress Lodestar en Bin2 avec PHD2


NGC 4448
Luminance :  3 h 00 = 36 x 300s
Rouge :  0 h 15 = 3 x 300s en Bin2
Vert :  0 h 20 = 4 x 300s en Bin2
Bleu  :  0 h 25 = 5 x 300s en Bin2

 

Image at 50%.
NGC4448%20L%2036x300sR3G4B5%20crop.jpg

 

Full : http://astrophoto-sarthe.fr/ngc4448.html

 

NGC 5290 dans les chiens de chasse.

Luminance :  3 h 20 = 40 x 300s
Rouge :  0 h 15 = 3 x 300s en Bin2
Vert :  0 h 20 = 4 x 300s en Bin2
Bleu  :  0 h 25 = 5 x 300s en Bin2

 

Image à 60% environ.
NGC5290%20L40x300s%20R3G4B5%20crop.jpg

 

Full : http://astrophoto-sarthe.fr/ngc5290.html

 

 

NGC 5005 et NGC 5033

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No dithering for this series... bad background

 

Luminance :  4 h 40 = 56 x 300s
Rouge :  0 h 15 = 3 x 300s en Bin2
Vert :  0 h 20 = 4 x 300s en Bin2
Bleu  :  0 h 25 = 5 x 300s en Bin2

NGC5005%20L56x300s%20R3G4B5%20crop.jpg

 

Full here http://astrophoto-sarthe.fr/ngc5005.html

 

NGC 4569 dans la Vierge

 

Luminance :  2 h 00 = 24 x 300s
Rouge :  0 h 15 = 3 x 300s en Bin2
Vert :  0 h 20 = 4 x 300s en Bin2
Bleu  :  0 h 25 = 5 x 300s en Bin2

 

Image 70%
NGC4569%20L24x300s%20R3G4B5%20V2%20crop.

 

Full here : http://astrophoto-sarthe.fr/ngc4569.html

 

See you next time for another series of pictures

 

Jérémy

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Few people go after these galaxy groups and you do them so beautifully. The processing is natural and it's great to see no obvious noise reduction. Your colours are surely very accurate indeed. This is excellent and interesting astrophotography in a style that seems to happen in the french astrophotographic community more than anywhere else. I must give it a try!

Olly

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Fabulous set of images. Each one is a joy to look at.

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Delightful, I could look at these all day! Encore!! Encore!!

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Very nice images. It's always nice to see images of Galaxies. Thanks for posting.

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Just one word to descibe these only; Wow! :)

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What a beautiful set of galaxies!

You have done an expert job of processing these - they all look very natural.

Mark

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wow what a feast for the eyes,

whats not to like, a super set of images

well done

Paul

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Magnificent images, Jérémy.

Merci

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Great images & lovely processing also. Well done!!

Pete

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Hello and many thanks for all.

See you soon for another pics.....

Jérémy

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great images ! i must admit i like the galaxy works ( and planetary nebulas) wonderfull to see what you can do at 1280mm FL . maybe i should try to give my old 10" f4.8 newton a try

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Great images as usual Jeremy, On your ngc 4448 image the small galaxy at 2 oclock has a line through it, is that an asteroid?

Your aware of.

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The galaxy with a 'line' through it is a mag 17 distorted spiral pgc 40901

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great images, and as others have said, good work on the processing.

paul j

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Cest' FANTASTIQUE!

I love the smooth processing and colors, nothings looks overdone, this is how to do it, hats off sir :)

Cheers,

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