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Hi everyone

The haze held off sufficiently last night to be able to push this one a little more than usual.

processing

Calibration: Siril. Heavy lifting: StarTools 1.7. Niceties: DarkTable.

Thanks for looking and do post if you've had a go at this with a dslr.

700d on gso203: 4 hours @ ISO800

 

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Excellent capture. there is some really nice detail showing in the central dust lane and you have also captured several much fainter fuzzies. Nice star colours too.

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14 hours ago, alacant said:

Calibration: Siril. Heavy lifting: StarTools 1.7. Niceties: DarkTable.

Thats a great picture. Love it. What do you do in each of these softwares? I am new to this and I am just learning SIRIL. In fact I posted my first pictures just yesterday :) in the forum

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On 06/04/2021 at 20:17, alacant said:

Thanks for looking and do post if you've had a go at this with a dslr.

 

Lovely image and lots of detail. It's amazing what can be achieved with a non astro camera!

Here's my version also taken with a DSLR from 2 years ago. I've just reprocessed it using ASTAP, SiriL and Photoshop.

28 x 300s, NexStar11, unmodified EOS 550D and no filters.

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