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alexbb

M1 in RGB, iR, Ha and OIII

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I managed to process this one too. It's been cloudy lately. This is the first version that I'm happy with. Perhaps I will try again a few more times, but I have too many channels to combine into a single one and no more imagination for now.

I shot all of them with the dob's tube on the eq mount. In total I have ~7-8h of Ha, ~same OIII and ~2h on each R, G, B and iR.

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Excellent images. I don't think I've ever seen that protrusion in Oiii before.

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I love that gap on the upper right! Never noticed that before.

thank you for showing each channel ! Very interesting! 

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Than is an excellent image with a lot of interesting features, taken with a rather unusual imaging rig. Congratulations!

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have you tried a HA/OIII combination without colour. I love the natural look as much as the coloured versions.

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Thank you all very much!

I tried a classic HOO combination too, I didn't process it fully, but only as a support for the final image. I will try later to process and post it.

It was a challenge to get those colours looking decent.

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I missed this till seeing it in the PNs competition. It's a wonderful image. The extension was new to me, too, but I found a good rendition in which it shows strongly in OIII. I prefer this because it begins with an Ha component as well, giving the feature a more integrated look.

Very well done indeed and an original project on a familiar object.

Olly

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1 hour ago, ollypenrice said:

I missed this till seeing it in the PNs competition. It's a wonderful image. The extension was new to me, too, but I found a good rendition in which it shows strongly in OIII. I prefer this because it begins with an Ha component as well, giving the feature a more integrated look.

Very well done indeed and an original project on a familiar object.

Olly

Thank you very much and clear skies!

Alex

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I have to say that for an SGL 'first' I think this image deserves a wider audience but I missed it as well!

Olly

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16 hours ago, jimjam11 said:

Superb, is that fpn in the O3 channel?

Thank you!

No, that is some sort of Moiré pattern resulted after aligning the OIII channel quickly with PixInsight.

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Excellent rendition Alex.  A difficult target to process sympathetically and you've nailed it.

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That is incredible! Absolutely stunning result! 

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