GraemeH Posted January 21 Share Posted January 21 Scope: Skywatcher Evostar 72ED Mount: Skywatcher HEQ5 Pro Camera: QHY294M Pro Wheel: QHYCFW3 Flattener: OVL Field Flattener Filters: Antlia EDGE 4.5nm SHO, Antlia V Series LRGB Guide scope: Skywatcher 9x50 finder Guide camera: ASI178C Captured over 4 nights, this image has 45 x 300" Ha, 37 x 300" OIII, 36 x 300" SII, 32 x 30" R, 33 x 30" G & 30 x 30" B, all with the camera at -10°C. Calibrated only with darks, because for reasons I can't quite understand I don't seem to be able to get good flats with this new camera and filters. Never had a problem with flats when I was still using my DSLR. SharpCap used for polar alignment. PHD2 for guiding and EQMOD for scope control. APT for capturing. APP for stacking and initial processing. Starnet++ V2 to create starless narrowband masters for combining into a colour image in Photoshop, and RGB stars added on top. Thanks for looking, and comments welcome. 6 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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