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Beyond_Vision

M38 and Friends

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This was taken with a Canon 50D and Tamron Di 200mm lens at F5.6. piggy backed on the Orion Sirius EQ-G mount.
Exposures 20x 3 mins, guided using PHD. Stacked in DSS with Log Sqr root curves applied and DBE in PIX-Insight, finished in PSCS3.

M38 is at the centre right, Cluster NGC1907 is in the centre, IC417 is left of centre and bottom left is IC410, M36 the Pinwheel cluster top left.

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Regards

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now that's lovely Kevin, really detailed. The Smiley face is clear there too.

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Auriga is full of goodies, and a whole bunch of them in one pic. here.

These widefield images are excellent teaching tools.

Another great result from your camera Kevin.

Ron.:)

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Some great stuff going on there, I hope I don't regret swapping over to my reflector for the next couple of months and missing out on these lovely wide fields!!

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now that's lovely Kevin, really detailed. The Smiley face is clear there too.

Thanks all for your comments. John where is the smiley it isnt leaping out at me :)

Regards

Kevin

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As usual for you Kevin, a first class and also very interesting image.

Cheers

Rob

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Hope you don't mind Kevin, rather than try and draw on yours, I'll use one I prepared earlier, in true Blue Peter Stylie... Mine is reversed, I guess as it was prime on a scope rather than a camera lens.

m38-1.jpg

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Thanks for that John I was looking for something smaller and I guess it's probablly more obvious visually as those stars will stand out.

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Kevin

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