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CELESCOPE

Glob M92 in HERCULES

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Moon up ,but not been out in a while ,so bagged another glob for the Album, not my best effort , but pretty happy , want M5 but that just stays blocked by trees and roof tops at the moment , so maybe later on , anyway M92 21x 3 min subs , some noise present , CLS use , and imaged with the Equinox 120 .

Cheers

Rog

Nice to get out and grab something .

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Nice image Rog, Ive forgotten which end of the scope to mount the DSLR its been that long since I imaged :icon_rolleyes:

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LOL i know what you mean , thought i had better grab something before i forget hehehe :icon_rolleyes:

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Nice glob Rog, well resolved right to the middle.

Haven't managed to grab anything myself recently either :icon_rolleyes:

Cheers

Rob

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Nice, its seeing these images that make me want to go out and get a glob myself!

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Nicely done Rog......

What's a telescope... it's been so long I have forgotten the PIN code for the observatory alarm...

Weather forecast yesterday evening was 3 clear nights... today there isn't a hint of one for the next 5 days...

Peter...

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Lovely looking glob Rog just how a glob should look like :icon_rolleyes:

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I like that image a lot , Rog.

I recon you used DDP to get those nicely separated stars near the core :icon_rolleyes:

John

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LOL yes i did John ,plus a few more thing i have up my sleeve , globs are,nt easy , they always blow out in the core . i dont take to much noticenow ,where as when i started i used to reducethe exposure to help, but now , can go pretty well what i want . its all in the processing with these little devils hehehe .

Rog:)

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Ooooh how crisp is that? Lovely, all the way in...

Olly

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Now that has inspired me to start getting out there again now the moon is slipping out of the way.

Very nice

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A nice image, Rog - delighted that someone is getting something, not a hope here for quite some time .....

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Very nice Rog - beautifully defined stars there...

In the process of shooting myself tonight for the first time in what seems like ages - clouds are dimming things down a little, so having to run 30 minute subs!!!!

Richie

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Inactivity hasn't sapped any of your skills Rog. That looks almost as good as It's nearby illustrious neighbour.

It's a corker mate, I hope you are not suffering too much from Nebula starvation mind you:D.

Ron.:)

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