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Trying the Bubble Nebula - C11 / NGC7635


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First night - missed the target and took lots of images of some nearby stars
Second night - 35 x 2 min
Third night - 60 x 2 min

I've tried stacking the two nights separately and all together to give a total of 3 hours, but the stacked images all turn out roughly same. Think I must be limited somewhere else and the extra data isn't being captured. The best of the batch was a very quick process of night 3, 2 hours. I was happy to see the bubble shape and a bit of cloudy bits 👍

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Bresser AR 102/600 - Bresser HD camera - Stacked in Siril, simple process in Pixinsight

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