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Dave Moulton

Lobster Nebula

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Lobster Neb from Yea Victoria Australia 

Imaging Scope TS130APO 

Camera QSI583WSG Astrodon Narrowband Filters

HOO mapped. 4hrs integration

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That looks great, indeed. One question: if you mapped the filters as HOO, how did you get the intense blue? 

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Wow, I have not seen these striking colours in this target before.  Looks great.

Carole 

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10 hours ago, wimvb said:

That looks great, indeed. One question: if you mapped the filters as HOO, how did you get the intense blue? 

A good question, I probably couldn't repeat it If I tried again. The initial colour combination had that area leaning towards cyan . I brought out more Blue using the selective colour tool in PS and by layer masking. The O3 data was also  binned and stronger than I normally would expect 

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8 hours ago, carastro said:

Wow, I have not seen these striking colours in this target before.  Looks great.

Carole 

You and me both Carole, I went a bit crazy on this one. It's a good job that Narrowband is subjective. 

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9 hours ago, alan potts said:

Great shot, one I haven't seen, not even sure where it is.

Alan

Very much a

Southern object I'm afraid

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17 minutes ago, Dave Moulton said:

Very much a

Southern object I'm afraid

Unfortunately :( but don't rub it in now matey 😛

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Wow, wow... I am amazed from the colors.. Great shot :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

Regards

 

Martin

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NOW I see why its called the lobster.  Pretty cool

Rodd

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