Jannis Posted March 5, 2016 Share Posted March 5, 2016 The 3.5 hours of RGB data was originally captured back in March 2013 with the 550D and with the moon close by at around 82%. At the time i was quite happy with it, but i always felt it was lacking some details. In March 2014 i captured some L data with the QHY5L-II-M. About 65x 1 min exposures. The details were there, but due to the lack of Registar it would take me another 2 years to add it to the RGB image, which i now finally have. It's more noisy, but so much more detailed! Attaching 2 versions of the LRGB, and the old RGB for comparison. Also the L data for those who's curious what the QHY5L-II-M "guide/planetary" camera is able to capture. 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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