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Using CMOS for Deep Sky Astrophotography.


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On 08/05/2019 at 17:46, Grierson said:

Thanks for the pointer. A bit of a shame he ran out of time!

Yes I felt the same.  The last few slides he skipped looked interesting.

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29 minutes ago, wornish said:

Yes I felt the same.  The last few slides he skipped looked interesting.

I keep meaning to pause that bit as he skips through the slides and try to work out what it's about.  Not got around to doing it yet though.

James

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2 hours ago, rwg said:

I recorded the missing bit later and you can find it here

Thank you for that.  A very interesting talk.  I find it fascinating when people bring more rigorous analysis to, well, anything, really :)

James

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I saw this live at the practical astronomy show. There are a few key things omited, as he said at the time it's a complicated subject and you could spend much more time on it than he had. Still a good introduction to the theory mind you. 

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