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M35, M36 and M37

Roy Foreman

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A rare clear night, but plagued with moonlight and gale force winds.

What is an deep sky imager to do ?  Keep it simple with objects that don't require hours of exposure time !

I present three open clusters M35, M36 and M37,  each is 20 x 30 sec at gain 300.

16" F/4.5 Reflector, ZWO 6200 Full Frame OSC and UV/IR cut filter.

Stacked in DSS and processed in Photoshop.

At the very least they will make a change from all the (excellent) nebulous stuff being posted !

Hope they are of interest and thanks for looking.


M35 30s 2022-02-06.jpg

M36 30s 2022-02-06.jpg

M37 30s 2022-02-06.jpg

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