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Had my longest session ever, 6hours, last night/this morning.

Started off last night on the Flaming Star then had a go at Orion's Head and finally a few subs on the Rosette.

Flaming Star.
18x600secs Atik 383L, Samyang 135mm f2 Astrodon 5nm Ha filter.
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Next, went over to Orion's Head, all of it still does'nt fit on 135mm. :icon_biggrin:
12x600secs Atik 383L, Samyang 135mm f2 Astrodon 5nm Ha filter
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and finally The Rosette
8x600secs Atik 383L, Samyang 135mm f2 Astrodon 5nm Ha filter
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Nice. Sometimes B&W can be more impressive than colour, on my monitor it appears as a slight cast of yellow which makes the images slightly warmer than a dense black and white. Was that on purpose or a malfunction of my monitor?

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