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M13 and its Galactic Area with the G4-16000

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Hi Guys,

I present you the second image taken with my Moravian G4-16000 camera mounted on my modified TeleVue NP101is.

Images and technical information below.

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M13 globular cluster and its galactic area :

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Full Resolution image 4k x 4k here :  www.poigetdigitalpics.com/G4-16000/M13.htm

 

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Full Resolution image here :  http://www.poigetdigitalpics.com/Fichiers_Divers/M13new_image_Annotated.jpg

 

Enjoy ?

 

Florent

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Cracking image. Sooooo much detail. You must be delighted.

What causes the apparent defraction spikes around the stars. I thought that they were a mirrors only artefact?

It is really worth looking at the full version of this one folks!

Paul

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4 hours ago, scotttumsh said:

Fantastic images,and an amazing set up!

Thanks Scott. A lot of work to achieve these results. ?

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3 hours ago, Paul73 said:

Cracking image. Sooooo much detail. You must be delighted.

What causes the apparent defraction spikes around the stars. I thought that they were a mirrors only artefact?

It is really worth looking at the full version of this one folks!

Paul

Thanks Paul. About the diffraction, maybe the optics of the TeleVue or maybe the CCD chip of the G4-16000. I had these diffraction on the fits images.

Florent

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