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Hey guys! I grabbed 3 hours old RGB data on M31 under bortle 4 skies. I processed it one time and have never gone back to it. I’m very pleased with the results and this camera never ceased to amaze. A very underrated camera in my opinion. Hope you all enjoy :)B21F0EBE-6687-444D-82B7-C947AED0EE21.thumb.jpeg.c5497d0850f48307721229d1bbe05256.jpeg

1 hour each RGB (12x900s)

William Optics 102mm apo, Orion Atlas, ATIK 414ex moon, qhy5l-11, WO 70mm guide scope. 

 

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Beautiful picture!

Just to be certain, this is old data or 3 hours old like in you took it 3 hours ago? :-)

 

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To enter the competition, the data must be taken between specified dates...... 1st December is the start date I believe. Your post suggests this is old data? If I have misunderstood the wording in the original post then I apologise.

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Remarkable image. The dust tendrils spiraling into the core seem to hover above the galaxy, rather than being in it. I don't think I've ever seen this before in an Andromeda image.

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So to be clear, one hours of each red green and blue using 10 minute exposures. Taken dec 1 and dec 2 in Pine, Colorado.

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That's a really nice image there! I love the colors, and the contrast seems just about right too. :)

 

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