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M33 - RGB

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Managed just over an hour per channel RGB on M33.

Scope: 14.5" Newt.

Filters:  Astrodon

Camera: Moravian G4-16000

Location: West of Scotland. 

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Brilliant!

And you also appear to have captured asteroid 1049 Gotho just above the top of the galaxy.

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Thank you all for the very kind comments and the identification of the asteroid .... I did wonder what that was. 

Graham.

 

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Beautiful! I would select the background and desaturate Magenta ...

Aperture Wins, always ...

Not so much on detail as these small pixel camera's have proven on refractors, but SNR in 3 hours with such a light bucket is just faster ...

/Yves

 

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Actually I used the wrong XISF file to convert to a jpeg so here is the right one, sorry.

The Moravian G4-16000  camera is a 9 micron camera.

Graham.

 

 

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