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My first wide field Milky Way

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I shot this from northern Vermont last week. I believe the data is better than the result I achieved. I kind of rushed the processing.

Canon T6i
18mm lens, ISO-3200, 21 exposures at 25 seconds, f3.5 - Photos were taken using an Alt-Az tracking mount. Align & Stack using Deep Sky Stacker. Photoshop CC level post processing.

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Thanks for the feedback guys. It was as much fun to look with the naked eye as it was to photograph. While I had my camera on the wide field imaging, I pointed my scope to M13 which was just amazing under clear skies. I could even see that with my bare eyes. Unfortunately, I can only image one thing at a time and that night was wide field night...

Cheers...

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