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My submission for 46P Wirtanen

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Single exposure, 1 minute iso 1250

Nikon 800E full frame - edge cropped

Altair Astro 115 EDT-APO  refractor on iOptron iEQ45 Pro mount.

Capture: SG Pro, guiding PHD 2 via SX Lodestar

Processing: PixInsight 1.8 and Photoshop CS3 Extended (for caption and resizing)

46P-Wirtanen_07122018.png

 

 

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Nice pics - but I think you are supposed to have a separate thread for each entry to make sure one isn't overlooked.

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