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Grzegorz Czernecki

NGC 7000

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Ngc7000 Nebula North America and more specifically her part ( Mexico ;) ) The material is not enough because the weather temporarily broke down and I hastily packed the equipment, but something came out. 7x600s, -20 °, bin1, TS APO 65Q, SBIG ST2k xmc, HEQ5 Pro SynScan mod. Zwardoń, Beskid Żywiecki Mountain, Poland

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"Something came out" is often a triumph for me! Plenty to like here.

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Very nice - I really like it. You’ve got nice detail in there and the stars are nice and round for ten minute exposures.  Superb stuff.  Collect more data and build on this.  

It would make more sense for this to be vertically aligned in my opinion as NAN pictures normally are.

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15 hours ago, kirkster501 said:

Very nice - I really like it. You’ve got nice detail in there and the stars are nice and round for ten minute exposures.  Superb stuff.  Collect more data and build on this.  

It would make more sense for this to be vertically aligned in my opinion as NAN pictures normally are.

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You could use TGV-Denoise and/or Multiscale Linear Transform to reduce the noise and sharpen the details too. 

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