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mpeniak

M27 after a looong brake :-)

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Hi Guys,

Yes, I am still around :D Hope you're all doing well!

The efforts that I put into my Mars rover simulations (

) during the last and this year got me 3 years PhD scholarship in AI so I don't have to work night shifts anymore and can do some imaging instead :grin:

So here's my first attempt after a long time. I was often getting vignetting on my images so I used 20x flat frames in addition to 20x dark and 20x bias frames. I used my good old Canon Rebel with C8-N on HEQ5. Everything would be perfect if it did not cloudied over after taking 30x 30sec (ISO:800) exposures :lol: So this one's only 15min from Dartmoor.

Martin :D

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A fine image you have there Martin.

Bet it feels good to be back in the saddle and you can get down to some serious business of imaging now.....

Mark

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Indeed!!

And very well done on the scholarship!!

:hello1: :hello1:

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Good to see you back Martin and an excellent image to return with

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Well done Martin both on your image and on your studies.

Steve..

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Welcome back Martin and a great image to! :grin:

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