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Maxrayne

NGC 7000 no scope

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Messy I know, but with what I have to work with atm, I'm really happy so far. Hoping to add more data 

NGC 7000
North American Nebula

Exif:

Canon 550D
55mm (cropped) @ f / 4
3162 seconds (542 x 6 seconds)
ISO 6400
Taken over 3 nights under Bortle 5/6

No darks / offsets

NGC 7000 Rerun-1.jpg

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I think that is fantastic for being done without a mount!  The North America Nebula is clearly visible.

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7 minutes ago, tooth_dr said:

I think that is fantastic for being done without a mount!  The North America Nebula is clearly visible.

You just made my day :) 

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I am miles away from knowing anything about imaging but I think thats amazing. I would be very proud indeed!

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49 minutes ago, mark81 said:

I am miles away from knowing anything about imaging but I think thats amazing. I would be very proud indeed!

Thank you indeed.

As the moon is in play again now for a week or so, I'm going to try and get some darks done. Only set I have are for my Nikon and I have none in my library for the Canon

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