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full moon clusters


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Hi everyone

In our continuing don't-give-up-at-full-moon series, this month we chose m39 and ngc7789. To give an idea of the moon gradient, here's the result of StarTools' first look at the luminance, along with its final renditions.

Do post your full moon dslr efforts. It really is doable:)

Thanks for looking.

 

 

 

eos700d @ ISO200 90 minutes each

m39: cygnus

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ngc7789: cassiopeia

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  • alacant changed the title to full moon clusters

I quite agree. Brighter objects such as stars which do not need excessive stretching with a good gradient removal tool (such as Star Tools) are quite possible with a full moon. There are so few clear nights here that you need to use every opportunity possible.

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