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jonathancd

Cat's Eye and Ring Nebulas - First go imaging with my C9.25

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As a bit of an experiment this week I had a go at Deep Sky imaging with my C9.25 at F10 with my modified Canon 600D.  Thought I would use the focal length to get some image scale on a couple of small targets, the Ring and Cat's Eye Nebulas.  Both were lots of short exposures, the Ring was 90 minutes of 25 second exposures at ISO1600 and the Cat's Eye was 90 minutes of 15 second exposures at  ISO800.  Both were stacked using Sequator and tweaked with Microsoft Photos.  Happy with the results and will look to try the C9.25 on some other small targets in future.   Thanks for looking.

Cat's Eye Nebula
 

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Ring Nebula

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Good start. Regards Andrew 

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