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5.10.19 AR

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50% of 2000 frames 120/10 + PST + ZWO120MC + 2x WO Barlow. SharpCap/Registax/PhotoFiltre.

A couple of different treatments.



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Here's the prom at 2 o'clock on the limb [NW]

Huge range of brightness is a teaser during processing.


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Nice prom, clouds here.

Dave :clouds1:

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That's a shame Dave. After teasing me for ages the cloud finally cleared completely over here.
Not great seeing but I used the 2x Barlow anyway to frame the group more efficiently.
I'm rotating the tilt plates independent of the camera. Just by loosening the clamping screws on both.
It seems to help to darken the background more than anything else I've tried.
I have a sequence of images spread over an hour but the images are all on the laptop in the dome.
Hoping the Moon will be visible above the roof around 7pm. :thumbsup:

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