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Oooh, some cracking images coming through on here! Fantastic work chaps! Great guiding there Mark - bet you are chuffed to bits :)

The fruits of my labour from Saturday night through to Sunday morning
M57 The Ring Nebula in Lyra
Imaged using Celestron 8SE and Atik 314L monochrome CCD camera on HEQ5 Pro SynScan mount
10 x 300 seconds Luminance filter and 10 x 600 seconds H-Alpha filter
Guided using QHY5L-II moncohrome camera and PHD
Stacked in DSS and processed in Photoshop CS2
The second image is a cropped and stretched version to show the feint second halo I managed to capture

M57 27.08.2017.jpg

M57 Halo.jpg

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Love The Ring image Vicky - it's on the list and I hope to grab something this year on my 200pds as it needs the magnification

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Yes I am chuffed Vicky as cuffed as little mint balls. 

Lovely Ring Nebula. You can even make out the centre star 

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22 hours ago, UKJay1971 said:

That's a great image Mark.

 

Was looking at 5 hours dark clear imaging last night from my back garden in Crigglestone - wasted 2 hours messing around with kit, making stupid errors but managed just under 3 hours on the Pelican Nebula 

IC 5070 Pelican Nebula LRGB

 

Lovely image Jay

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Super image Jay! Your from my part of Wakefield too :)

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Yea. Royston. Been here 11 years now but grew up in chaplethorpe, so loved there for 25 years

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4 hours ago, Vicky050373 said:

Oooh, some cracking images coming through on here! Fantastic work chaps! Great guiding there Mark - bet you are chuffed to bits :)

The fruits of my labour from Saturday night through to Sunday morning
M57 The Ring Nebula in Lyra
Imaged using Celestron 8SE and Atik 314L monochrome CCD camera on HEQ5 Pro SynScan mount
10 x 300 seconds Luminance filter and 10 x 600 seconds H-Alpha filter
Guided using QHY5L-II moncohrome camera and PHD
Stacked in DSS and processed in Photoshop CS2
The second image is a cropped and stretched version to show the feint second halo I managed to capture

M57 27.08.2017.jpg

M57 Halo.jpg

Vicky when you processed then in cs2 what do you save the file as

as DSS saves them as tiffs

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Wishing tonight hadn't been so cloudy or I would've had a trip out.

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On 27/08/2017 at 15:01, gtis said:

I've been looking at one of them for my star adventure what camera did you use

Hey buddy, I used a canon 100d

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On 27/08/2017 at 15:30, Mark62 said:

Super shots every one. Some really good images. 

You will be hard pushed to use a small frac and a DSLR on the star adventure @ Neil. It's not the mount that carnt take it more the ball head. It drops when you try to line it up on an object. 

You do have to work at getting the detail out after stacking Adam and you have done a good job if that's a stacked image ??

No that's just one ten minute exposure.....

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Just done a bit of reminiscing and the old thread has been viewed 210k times :eek:

I am going to start a new thread so will post it in the same place guys.

 

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New thread started see here 

WADAS forum 4

Enjoy

Damian 

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