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Plastic chicken

M51 (second target for the 250px)

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Hello,

Only managed 50 mins worth of subs on this after hours of problems. Atleast it wasn`t a completely wasted night!!!

250PX ART285. Guided via Guidemaster using the Borg 77ed and QHY5. Captured in Maxim and processed in PS. Got dark and bias but still need flats.....

PC :(

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Certainly not a wasted night - there is some lovely detail in the wispy bits. You have some dust doughnuts in the image though so it would be well worth checking where that dust is. Judging by the shadow sizes, it isn't on the sensor, however, your flats will resolve the issue on this image.

You have a good combination of gear there which should work pretty harmoniously - what were the problems?

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Nice result for 50 mins PC, but you certainly need some flats :(

Cheers

Rob

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Nice image with plenty of detail there PC, looks like you had a dewing problem there.

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Nice image, I would go with george on the dewing problem. but only because I had a dewed up scope and got images almost identical to yours. The only exception was mine were a lot worse!

nice image.

NC

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Sallright that one mate. Plenty of data there looking good with the 250PX

Phil

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