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M33 - RGB

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Hi All,

The recent clear spell of two Moonless nights allowed 2 hours per channel RGB on M33.  

M33 for anyone who has tried it will know just how faint the arms are.

Imaged on 14.5" Newt, MI G4 Camera and Astrodon filters.

Graham.

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Getting anything remotely 'spiral'  with this object is a great result.    Excellent work,

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That is a very dramatic M33 with shed loads of detail.  Good use of aperture!

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Thank you for the comments, I print all my images on a Canon Pro-10 Printer and the best outcome is achieved when the image is slightly brighter  to start with.  For some reason Astro images don't print as well as daytime shots as the fainter detail 

seems to get lost.  Wonder if anyone else has found this to be the case.

Graham.

 

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