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the Horsehaed nebula and friends

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NGC 2024 the Flame nebula - IC-434 the Horsehead nebula & NGC-2023 the the blue reflection nebula in the center the horsehead nebula is about 15000 light years from earth and is allso known as Barnard 33.
this is data from the begining of last year with the evostar 80ED 5 hours and the 200P-ds 4 hours and last night with the 200P-ds 3 hours from last night so a total of 12 hours used out of 17 hours 5 hours scrapped and all day today to process it ---i need a nap.
hope you like i know i do
thanks for looking
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thanks Rob and thanks - ME make a mishtake neva 

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thank you Chris

what a very popular name you have  :icon_biggrin:

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Very good detail in the horse and excellent control of the killer star Alnitak, the double has been clearly resolved.

A.G

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Interesting use fro a 'planetary' camera. I tried a similar experiment last year with the ASI224MC colour cam. See attached M57.

This was 20 x 5 secs.

all the best

Peter

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Great image Peter, but I do not think Chris' Atik 383l+ can be called a "planetary camera"

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thank you Peter Planetary cam ? nice Ring nebula by BTW

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You have been busy Chris, and worth every second

By the looks of it, Nice framing and processing,

very natural looking,

well done

Paul 

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Some really nice dust around the horse there and blue reflection, an accomplished image!

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