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Skarpen

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Imaging telescope:TS Optics APO130f6
Sho Palette
Red=50% HA+50% SII
Grean=10% HA+90% OIII
Blue=100% OIII
Imaging camera:Moravian G3-16200
Mount:10 Micron GM2000 HPS II
Focal reducer:APM Riccardi 0.75x Reducer
Software:Pixinsight
Frames:
Baader Ha 2" 3.5nm: 72x600"
Baader OIII 2" 8.5nm: 70x600"
Baader SII 2" 7nm: 70x600"
Data source: Own remote observatory
Remote source: e-EyE Extremadura
Post procesing Ola Skarpen\Ole Alexander Ødegård
Februar 2018

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Wrong section...can we have this moved pls mods.

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I think your palette is the best I have seen for this target--well done!

Rodd

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On 23/11/2019 at 23:11, Rodd said:

I think your palette is the best I have seen for this target--well done!

Rodd

Agreed.

Olly

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Yes, it is a very nice palette Ola! I am a great fan of your NB palettes.

This may provoke some: I like it when green is kept out of NB images - no real need for it to be there, unless you really want to be "scientific" and keep the signals from the three filters as much apart as possible. We do not need to imitate HST, in that contest we will always loose, but by chosing palettes like Ola we can win aesthetically. And one could argue we also wim scientifically since both Sii and Ha are red in the real world😉

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21 hours ago, gorann said:

Yes, it is a very nice palette Ola! I am a great fan of your NB palettes.

This may provoke some: I like it when green is kept out of NB images - no real need for it to be there, unless you really want to be "scientific" and keep the signals from the three filters as much apart as possible. We do not need to imitate HST, in that contest we will always loose, but by chosing palettes like Ola we can win aesthetically. And one could argue we also wim scientifically since both Sii and Ha are red in the real world😉

As a natural colour imager constantly fighting green noise I, too, really struggle with it. Planetary nabulae can be green but really it just doesn't usually belong in the sky for me.

Olly

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On 27/11/2019 at 22:18, gorann said:

Yes, it is a very nice palette Ola! I am a great fan of your NB palettes.

This may provoke some: I like it when green is kept out of NB images - no real need for it to be there, unless you really want to be "scientific" and keep the signals from the three filters as much apart as possible. We do not need to imitate HST, in that contest we will always loose, but by chosing palettes like Ola we can win aesthetically. And one could argue we also wim scientifically since both Sii and Ha are red in the real world😉

Thank you Gørann.

I very much agree with what you say. I like this type of palette. But you've probably got that😉

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