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I continue to be plagued by poor skies so am struggling to give the new ASI2600 a decent try out. But Sunday gave me a few hours so I thought I'd try the Rosette.

So this is 67 X 180s (3.25 hrs) with the Skywatcher 80 ED, NEQ6, ASI2600mc, L-eNhance. Moon was 97% and about 90 degrees away so could have been worse.

There is a bit of coma out at the corners which I think is backspacing so I have added a 0.5mm spacer into the train which I hope will make the difference.

Stacked in APP, mostly processed in PI with finishing touches in PS

C&C very welcome.


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really solid image mate, especially for just a few hours under challenging conditions - it's not easy!

one thing I'd never really noticed until now is how much the density of the starfield varies from the left to the right of the image - crazy!

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