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Stargazer33

Uranus 22 September

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Images taken between 04:02 & 04:15 this morning. 

C9.25; CGEM; ASI385MC; ZWO ADC; ES 3x Telextender; Baader neodymium filter.

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AutoStakkert!3; RegiStax6; PS CS4 Extended.

Socially distanced comments/suggestions welcomed as always.

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Thanks guys. I was pleasantly surprised about how easy it was to capture to be honest! Having a focal length of 7050 mm helps of course. 😉

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