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This image was captured on the evening of 08 April 2017

  • Scope: Celestron C9.25
  • Mount: Celestron CGEM
  • Camera: QHY5LIIc
  • Capture Software: EZPlanetary
  • Filter: None
  • Stacking Software: Autostakkert!2
  • Wavelets: Registax6
  • Extra Processing: Photoshop CS4 Extended

 

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