Recently Browsing 0 members
No registered users viewing this page.
The data for this one also was waiting to be processed. I hoped to get more for it, but it starts to get low and neither the clouds don't want to go away in December. So I call it enough for this season.
This is a combination of HOO + RGB. I wanted to shoot again RGB with a new refractor, but the newtonian data is all I had for it. Lately I enjoy more RGB colours with narrowband data to enhance it, but I'm posting some intermediary RGB, HOO and starless HOO images too.
And the astrobin link: https://www.astrobin.com/umkbwp/
Almost posting this one out of frustration with the weather but I guess I've been lucky to get enough to make the effort, so here's what I have so far.
Captures between 22 & 30 November through pretty dismal skies.
9x900 Ha Astrodon 5nm
6x900 OIII Astrodon 3nm
6x900 SII Astrodon 5nm
Esprit 150 with the new Flattener/Reducer 0.77x & QSI683
Processed in Pixinsight with a final pass through Topaz DeNoise AI. Still finding it a bit heavy handed & feeding my overcooking tendencies.
Feel free to poke, prod and mumble about it. Be warned, it's not too pretty in deep. I'd love more data but it's been dire. I have 15mins each of RGB for stars but not happy with results so far so desat ones will have to do for now.
Comet Neowise. 19th July at 22:54, near Bath. Taken with Nikon D3200 using kit lens at 55mm (F/5.6). Piggy-back on Skywatcher EQ3-2 mount. Single 60s exposure at ISO400. Stretched in GIMP.