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Processed some recent subs of M13. These were taken through a SW 200mm newt using a x2 barlow. Camera was a 1000D. 7 subs at 2 mins, Trevor

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Wow, that has the makings of a very special M13 Trevor. Very tight stars and beautifully resolved. I think it is worth getting some more exposure time.

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I've fallen in love with M13 recently, still to see it 'live.' Your superb photo has whetted the appetite. :)

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Thanks very much . I always find globulars hard to image. It's easy to burn out the centre or overexpose the stars. I'll take Martins advice and get some further subs (when the weather allows !!). Regards , Trevor

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Lovely image Trevor, stars resolved right to the core, nicely done.

Brendan

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