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Imaging a Southern Target in the Northern Hemisphere, not how I expected it to go!

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Hi All,


I've recently fought for only 6 hours of data throughout a months of mostly clouds on a southern target here in the northern hemisphere. NGC 2467. Also known as the skull and crossbones nebula. It was an interesting journey where I learned for myself why narrowband imaging might be the best approach for some targets... Check out my video on this journey and the results I did get.



Thanks and clear skies!



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