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Not posted for a long time , it is nice to image again

 

Finish at last , ok but still not happy with the stars , I just can`t collimate this scope 100%

 

Thank you for watching, any comments welcome..  

 

  

Scope 12" rc f 8

Camera moravian g3 16200

Mount Mesu 200

 

Exposure

L 3.5 hours binx2

G-1 hour binx3

R+b- 1.5 hour  binx3

Ha 1.5 hour bin x2

All 5 min subs

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I have often wondered if it would be possible to shoot the core with a bigger scope--now I know it is!!!  Wow.  The size of your sensor helps--I would need a 4 panel mosaic to cover the same area.  Well done.

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Really nice image!

But I do not think you reached the limit yet. Last year I started probing the M31 core and was supplied with data from Ole Alexander whom, like you, had used a 12" Newton. I think it shows you could even get more details out of that core, see this thread:

 

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