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brrttpaul

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Just a single 30 sec exposure of M3 taken tonight, trying out a new approach with flats and darks, does seem a lot cleaner to what I usually post TBH

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Looks good for a single sub. More of the same with this processing recipe, will make it even better.

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ended up with 536 subs out of 900, but my processing skills are naff, never mind onwards and upwards, but main thing is my computer coped ok with it and I think I have managed to sort out my flats and darks etc

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Once you have the data and calibration frames, all that is left to do is process it all. And that's why the weather gods give us cloudy nights.

Cheers,

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