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philj

M1 final bash

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Hopefully Im in the right section now, (posted in Observing by mistake :oops: )

Managed about 1/2 hour more data on my M1 from last month and did a full process from scratch.

Its brought a bit more out on the subject methinks.

Details:

About 2 hours at ISO1600 (Ive lost count actually but its about there) using 300D through C11 at f6.3 ish on CGE guided with 127 Mak and Mintron using Guidemaster

I think Ive gone about as far as I can with this now, maybe add some more if the weather is good to me but Im pleased with it so far

Hope you like it

Phil

Phil

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Well done Phil.

It looks great, nice colour in those filaments.

You should be well chuffed.

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Superb Crab Phil, nice to see what a DSLR can achieve as well.

Mark

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Phil

Good pic.

Lots of detail in the filaments :)

Cheers

Ian

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Nice M1 there Phil,

I had a quicjk go at M1 whilst testing out the new setup lastnight and will swap cameras to capture more data for the Ha... you have achieved a very natural process as well.

I know I shouldn't have been but I was suprised just how "slow" f10 imaging is lastnight.

Billy...

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Phil, that's a great image of M1 really nice detail showing through!

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I know I shouldn't have been but I was suprised just how "slow" f10 imaging is lastnight.

Billy...

Thanks guys, I am well chuffed with it, one for my web site I think

Yep imaging at F10 is really slow Billy. Ive had the occassional go at f10 but slotting a .63 reducer in really speeds things up and you still get a nice image scale with the DSLR.

Phil

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Terrific Phil. I love the combination of fine red filaments and the wispy blue

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A real pearler this one.

I would try the mags. with this image Phil, it's got a great chance of being published.

Ron. :thumbright:

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Very nice, love those wispy filaments, and the natural look to the 'cloudy bit'

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