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NGC253 (Haven't done any imaging this year....)

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but I thought I might as well post up one of my faves from last year: the Sculptor Galaxy NGC253 done on 13 Oct last year, this is 20 x 3 minutes unguided prime focus with 350D on the Europa250, processing mostly in ImagesPlus.

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Any comments welcome. Well, I like this pic! I hope to get back to doing something later this year.

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yah very nice image mate, looks like a little flying saucer

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A very nice image - I hope you get some clear skies to do some more imaging soon. :grin:

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Great shot Pete!! Was this taken from the UK? Its a hard target form here!!!

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Thanks. No, it was from France :oops: I've had all the kit in France most of the time these past three years. Not particularly difficult at 44oN, one of the toughest I tackled (not very successfully) was M83 at -30o (my avatar) which is well-nigh impossible in UK. I've also had a go at NGC7293 the Helix. I quite enjoy taking advantage of those extra six degrees!

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