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swag72

M16 Pillars of Creation in mono

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13 hours ago, ultranova said:

Damn that's good, I thought they banned you from using the Hubble

I WAS WRONG :)

Brilliant Sara

Paul

I don't know why we need the Hubble when we have Sara :D

Brilliant as usual.

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Great image look forward to seeing the colour version when done

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Thanks Dave and Andy :) 

Hubble certainly has the monopoly on clear skies.... unlike me at the moment :) Still, the moon is about, so meanwhile I continue to image asteroids :D 

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This is great Sara - you seem to be getting some great consistent results with your ODK10 Mesu combination - best wishes Tony

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On 14/06/2016 at 10:34, swag72 said:

This is a low one for me - Only gets to 37 degrees maximum and I was just starting to only image above 40 degrees :) 

Great image Sara. I'm going to have a go at this with narrowband - as soon as cloud and moon allow. I envy your 'low' of 37 degrees...I have to image this at just above 20 degrees.

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Whew ... this is a bit special, Sara! 
Wonderful just as it stands in mono ...... but I can't wait to see what you do with bi-/tri-colour too.

Adrian

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Thanks guys for your continued comments - This mono will form the basis of my luminance channel for the final colour version :)

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That is certainly a contender for my favourite DSO :)  I think it's the one I've spent most time on and I can still see room for improvement (in my images).

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Thanks Gina - It must be pretty low for you..... It's bad enough here :)

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Yes, it is pretty low.  There's a very large oak tree (or trees) at the bottom of the next field that blocks some of these low DSOs for some of the time and, of coure, it's getting bigger year by year :(

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Amazing detail and depth, well done. Who needs the hubble?

 

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On 22 June 2016 at 21:27, swag72 said:

Thanks @mert - Just waiting for the moon to go so I can finish this off

The moon, my nemesis :) 

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Thanks Stuart .... The OIII is starting to come on slowly :)

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Thanks Mick! The OIII is done, the bicolour version is processed and its still sitting here on my lappy as I'm not happy with it.

How can one ever hope to get a great image of such an iconic photo from Hubble? :(

 

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That's fantastic. Great detail. This was the first dso I knew about ☺. Great job Sara. Can't wait for the color version. Get that data!!! 

Varad 

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2 minutes ago, Astroboy239 said:

That's fantastic. Great detail. This was the first dso I knew about ☺. Great job Sara. Can't wait for the color version. Get that data!!! 

Varad 

I have all the data I need :) The processing has reached an end .........

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