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Tomatobro

Imaging with a 4 inch Dob

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Recently I was given a 4 inch skywatcher Newt for which I made a table mount. I thought I would see what you could do imagining wise using this scope and a mono ASI220.

200 frames at full resolution, stacked in Autostakert, processed in Registax6 and given a final polish in Windows Photo. Conditions far from ideal with thin high cloud.

I guess the previous owner will ask for it back...…..

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On a more serious note its for our Club nights to show newcomers how to navigate using Stellarium with an  Azimuth protractor and an angle finder for Altitude. The camera is so the views can be shared around without queues for the eyepiece. It looks like it will do the job quite well.

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What works works right? nice images considering the challenge it is with that setup, proves you can always do more with less.

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