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NGC2392 - Eskimo Planetary Nebula

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A DSO image in planetary settings.

This is the Eskimo planetary nebula. Small as they are, this one has less than 1arcmin.

The image was taken with a C11 f10 and ASi224. No cut-off filter was used.

The capture was made with Firecapture and 2s exposures. The final processing was in PI.

 

 

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Just goes to prove what can be achieved with "ridiculously" short exposures. What was the total time?

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10 hours ago, Demonperformer said:

Apenas vai para provar o que pode ser conseguido com exposições curtas "ridiculamente". Qual foi o tempo total?

The total capture was 4 videos of 300s (150 frames each). I put everyone together with Pipp and then passed on AS3! where the 25% better were stacked. I think it was almost 250 frames.

 

Really easy way to get images. It does not even need guiding.

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The planetary approach has to be the way to go on this kind of target.

Olly

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What an absolute corker of an image.  Good choice of method.  Wonderful!

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